Wednesday, July 18, 2018



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H.E. Mr. Li Manchang

H.E. Mr. Li Manchang

Dear friends,

Welcome to the website of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in the Republic of Serbia.

China and Serbia are both countries with a long history and rich culture. Though China and Serbia are territorially distant from each other, a deep traditional friendship exists between our two people. On the principles of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit followed by both sides, the development of bilateral relations across the fields of politics, economy, military, culture, education, sports and many other is prosperous and fruitful. We believe that by joint forces of our two people the strategic partnership between China and Serbia could be even better.

In the information age the Internet is becoming the world’s most important means of communication. I hope that our website will establish a new platform for further development of communication and understanding between China and Serbia. Your advices and suggestions will be much appreciated and will help us improve our work and provide even better service.

Once again, welcome!

His Excellency Mr. Li Manchang

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People’s Republic of China

To the Republic of Serbia

National Day: October 1st

Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying’s Regular Press Conference on February 23, 2016

At the invitation of Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Singapore will pay an official visit to China from February 28 to March 2.

Q: According to US media reports on February 22, satellite images released by the US think tank, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, show that China may be building an advanced radar system on Huayang Jiao of the Nansha Islands. Can you confirm that? Why is China doing so?

A: I am not aware of the situation you mentioned. I want to stress that the reef you mentioned is an indisputable part of China’s territory. Construction by China on its own territory is totally within China’s sovereignty. By deploying limited and necessary defense facilities on relevant stationed islands and reefs of the Nansha Islands, China is exercising the right of self-preservation granted by international law to sovereign states. It is beyond reproach.

I suggest that instead of focusing only on whether or not China has deployed military facilities on islands and reefs of the Nansha Islands, the media should broaden their horizon and pay more attention to the light houses built by China on its stationed islands and reefs, as well as the facilities for meteorological observation and forecast, emergency shelter and rescue being built by China. All these are public services and goods offered by China to the international community as the largest coastal state in the South China Sea. We hope that the international community would not doubt China’s aspiration for and sincerity in peaceful development as well as peace and stability of the South China Sea. The Chinese side is ready to safeguard peace and stability of the South China Sea together with all parties…