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Possible EU punitive solar duties opposed

China is firmly opposed to any punitive duties set by the European Union targeting Chinese solar companies, and the government will defend the rights of domestic companies.

Israeli PM's China visit to strengthen ties

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is scheduled to visit China on May 6-10. It will be his first visit abroad since he took office for a third term in March.

US told to be careful in Diaoyu dispute

Responding to US remarks about the Diaoyu Islands, China's ambassador to the US warned not to "lift the rock off Japan only to let it drop on its own feet".

FM highlights Thailand's role in China-ASEAN ties

Visiting Chinese Foreign Minster Wang Yi said that Thailand has been playing a " unique and significant" role in promoting relations between China and the ASEAN.

Japan taking 'coercive actions' on Diaoyu dispute

Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai said Tuesday that it is Japan, not China, that is taking "unilateral or coercive actions" on their islands dispute.

New leadership values China-Kyrgyzstan ties

The new Chinese leadership highly values China's relations with Kyrgyzstan, a Chinese official said.

Leaving Chinese ambassador praises progress within Laos

The Chinese Ambassador to Laos Bu Jianguo commemorated completing her term of service to the country by noting the exception progress made by the Lao government in a ceremony held here on Tuesday.

China willing to help Israel, Palestinians resume talks

Chinese special envoy to the Middle East Wu Sike said here Monday that China is willing to exert efforts for the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.

China supports security co-op within SCO

The new Chinese leadership will give full support to law enforcement and security cooperation within the framework of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

ASEAN, Chinese FMs to meet

Secretary-General of Association of South East Asian Nations Le Luong Minh said on Monday that foreign ministers of ASEAN member countries will have a meeting with their Chinese counterpart in Beijing to further discuss peaceful settlement on territorial disputes in the South China Sea.