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China defends Pakistan after Trump criticism

BEIJING: China defended its ally Pakistan on Tuesday after U.S. President Donald Trump said the United States could no longer be silent about Pakistan's "safe havens" for militants and warned it had much to lose by continuing to "harbor terrorists". Trump on Monday committed the United States to an open-ended conflict in Afghanistan, signaling he would dispatch more troops to America's longest war and vowing "a fight to win". Trump insisted that others - the Afghan government, Pakistan, India and NATO allies - step up…

Chinese FM acknowledges Army’s sacrifices towards regional peace, stability

RAWALPINDI: Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Sunday acknowledged Pakistan Army's sacrifices and contribution towards regional peace and stability.  According to Inter-Services Public Relations, the visiting Chinese official, who is in Islamabad on his visit, along with his delegates called on Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa. Chinese FM met COAS. Ack Pak Army's sacrifices & contributions for peace & stability, its prospective role towards regional eco dev (1of 2) pic.twitter.com/yZhGGusLgk —…

Chinese FM meets Gen Bajwa, thanks Pakistan for ‘time-tested’ support

BEIJING: Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa met Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at Chinese Foreign Office Beijing and discussed bilateral relations at Chinese Foreign Office in Beijing today. Gen Bajwa thanked the minister and China on their acknowledgements and support. He said that Pakistan greatly values its strong friendship with China and looks forward to carry on with same zeal. Qamar Bajwa thanked the minister for Chinese diplomatic support to Pakistan on core issues. The minister expressed…

China, United States cannot afford conflict: Chinese foreign minister

SYDNEY: There would be no winner from conflict between China and the United States, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi warned on Tuesday, seeking to dampen tension between the two nations that flared after the election of US President Donald Trump. Relations between China and United States have soured after Trump upset Beijing in December by taking a telephone call from Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen and threatened to impose tariffs on Chinese imports. China considers Taiwan a wayward province, with no right to formal…