Latest News:  
Beijing   Sunny    27 / 11   City Forecast

Home>>Foreign Affairs

U.S. arms sale to Taiwan creates "severe obstacles" for military-to-military exchanges

(Xinhua)

11:09, September 22, 2011

BEIJING, Sept. 22 (Xinhua) -- China on Thursday said the latest U.S. arms sale created severe obstacles for the normal military-to-military exchanges of the two countries.

Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman Geng Yansheng made the comment after the U.S. government on Wednesday notified the Congress of its latest decision to sell 5.8-billion-U.S. dollars of arms to Taiwan, including the upgrade of Taiwan's F-16 fighter fleet.

Email|Print|Comments(Editor:张茜)

Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name

  

Selections for you


  1. Floodwater runs through Dujiatai sluice in Xiantao City, China's Hubei

  2. Sichuan paramilitary soldiers conduct live-fire drill

  3. F1 driver Jenson Button attends conference for Singapore Night Race

  4. China (Ningxia) Int'l Investment and Trade Fair opens

Most Popular

Opinions

  1. China supports new Libyan government in Tripoli
  2. China makes case for fair treatment from EU
  3. Obstacles block path of US-China relations
  4. National security needed for peaceful development
  5. Europe should be grateful for China's timely help
  6. Obama's economic warfare against Republicans
  7. Hope from China's super hybrid rice
  8. U.S. can learn from China's anti-terrorism wisdom
  9. Six-party talks should be resumed unconditionally
  10. Too many officials perch above the people

What's happening in China

Rescue efforts underway in quake-affected Tibet

  1. SAMC signs deal with Boeing
  2. Police nab murder suspects in central China
  3. Maternal, infant death rates drop sharply in China
  4. China's flood death toll reaches 90
  5. India earthquake kills 7, injures 136 in Tibet

PD Online Data

  1. Challenge to the traditional view of love and marriage
  2. House means happiness? Young Chinese' home-owning dream
  3. Fighting AIDS,China is acting
  4. Worldwide Confusius Institutes
  5. Chinese Qingming Festival