Western countries attempted to draw Russia into an arms race while seeking to weaken it from within, but unsuccessfully, Russian President Vladimir Putin said during his more than two-hour-long state-of-the-nation address on Thursday.
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire has contested the United States' stance on monetizing frozen Russian assets, revealing divisions among G7 countries over the issue.
Procuratorates in China have expanded their role in public interest litigation to safeguard the rights of specific groups, such as the elderly, disabled, women and minors.
China slammed the United Kingdom's groundless attacks on Thursday regarding Hong Kong legislation aimed at tackling national security crimes, urging London to stop meddling in Hong Kong affairs.
All the suggestions and proposals given to the State Council during the two sessions last year were handled, Xing Huina, a spokesperson for the Information Office of the State Council, said on Thursday.
China's policymakers pledged on Thursday to further invigorate the economy, prevent and defuse risks and improve social expectations as they deliberated on the draft of the Government Work Report before the opening of the national legislature's annual session next week.
Song Tao stated on Thursday that the mainland will collaborate with the Chinese Kuomintang (KMT) to enhance cross-Strait exchanges and oppose foreign interference in Taiwan affairs.
China once again urged Japan to responsibly handle the disposal of its nuclear-contaminated waters and cooperate in establishing a comprehensive, effective and independently driven long-term international monitoring mechanism involving all relevant stakeholders.
The Central Committee of the Taiwan Democratic Self-Government League said it plans to submit 27 party proposals, with a particular emphasis on proposals concerning cross-Strait relations, to the upcoming annual two sessions that will soon start next week.
A Chinese mainland spokeswoman said on Wednesday that its coast guard patrols in waters near the Kinmen islands, which are administered by Taiwan, were beyond reproach, dismissing complaints that the boarding of a Taiwan tourist boat had caused panic.
China will send its special envoy for Eurasian affairs on a second round of shuttle diplomacy this week to promote a political settlement of the Ukraine crisis, which has dragged on for two years.
Over 800 people, including university students and researchers, gathered recently in Beijing for a science lecture on general artificial intelligence hosted by the 14th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.
China will continue to play its role, carry out shuttle diplomacy, pool consensus, and pave the way for peace talks and contribute China’s wisdom for the political settlement of the Ukraine crisis.
President Xi Jinping pledged support to Sierra Leone on Wednesday for developing its agriculture, infrastructure and human resources, calling for stronger political mutual trust, win-win cooperation and coordination on international and regional affairs to elevate bilateral relations.
France's transatlantic allies on Tuesday poured cold water on remarks by French President Emmanuel Macron who expressed on Monday that a future deployment of Western troops in Ukraine should not be "ruled out".
We express strong indignation and condemnation on the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) authorities’ move following a recent incident in waters near Kinmen that led to the death of two people on a mainland fishing boat.
Special Representative of the Chinese Government on Eurasian Affairs Li Hui will visit Russia, the EU headquarters, Poland, Ukraine, Germany and France from Saturday to conduct a second round of shuttle diplomacy for a political settlement of the Ukraine crisis.
A Chinese envoy at the United Nations said on Tuesday that China will make "tireless" efforts to restore peace, save lives and ensure that humanitarian aid makes it to Gaza.
The Kremlin said on Monday that the idea of holding peace talks without Russia was ridiculous, after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said he hoped to hold a spring summit in Switzerland to discuss his peace vision with Kyiv's allies.
Farmers in Poland have intensified protests against cheap food imports from Ukraine, which have flooded into the European Union since the start of the Russia-Ukraine conflict two years ago.
The allegation of "forced labor" in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is a huge lie, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday, urging the U.S. to immediately stop smearing China, stop intervening in China's internal affairs, and stop politicizing and weaponizing trade issues.
President of the Republic of Sierra Leone Julius Maada Bio started a state visit to China from February 27 (Tuesday) till March 2, during which he is scheduled to meet with Chinese leaders and to further promote cooperation in various fields and friendship.
A revised law aiming to guard State secrets and protect national security has been unveiled by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, China's top legislature, calling for greater efforts to handle online leaks.
A media center was put into use on Tuesday in Beijing, ready to serve the influx of international reporters who will cover the upcoming annual two sessions of the nation's top legislative and political advisory bodies.
Hungary's Parliament has removed the final obstacle to Sweden joining the NATO military alliance, after lawmakers voted to approve the application following a stand-off that lasted almost two years.
ang Yi called on Monday for stronger global consensus, solidarity and cooperation in advancing the cause of global human rights, while condemning the misuse of relevant issues as a pretext for interfering in other countries' internal affairs and hindering their development.
Multilateral human rights bodies should serve as platforms for constructive engagement and cooperation for all sides, rather than a battleground for group politics or bloc confrontation.
As the curtain is raised for China's most important annual political gathering next week, a key focus of deliberations among legislators and political advisers is how the nation can employ new productive forces to reinvigorate the world's second-largest economy.
The international spotlight is once again expected to be on China's diplomatic maneuvers as the nation gets ready to unfold its policy measures at the biggest annual event on its political calendar.
A spokesperson for the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines on Saturday called relevant parties to respect the facts and not be misled by untruthful media tactics over "ecological destruction" in South China Sea.