- Defense Ministry's Regular Press Conference on Oct. 31
- Quitting the INF Treaty shows that the US is pursuing a unilateralism policy and shirking international responsibilities. We are firmly opposed to deploying land-based intermediate-range weapons in the Asian-Pacific region by the US side.
- PLA blasts US over hype of 'Chinese threat'
- The PLA opposes the United States' recent actions and rhetoric that distort China's strategic intent, undermine its sovereignty and hype the so-called Chinese threat, Senior Colonel Ren Guoqiang, spokesman of the Ministry of National Defense, said on Thursday.
- Chinese military monitors, warns U.S. warship Meyer to leave
- China sent military vessels and aircraft to identify the U.S. warship Wayne E. Meyer, made a warning and demanded it to leave the area after the latter trespassing into China's territorial waters off the Xisha Islands on Friday without permission of the Chinese government, Senior Colonel Li Huamin said on Friday in a statement.
- China urges India to respect its territorial sovereignty
- China on Thursday urged India to respect its territorial sovereignty and abide by relevant agreements reached between the two sides after the South Asian country announced in the day the establishment of the so-called "Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir" and "Union Territory of Ladakh," placing part of Chinese territory under Indian administration.
- China's Ambassador fires back to US’ unwarranted accusations at UN
- A special debate on nuclear disarmament was held at the First Committee for Disarmament and International Security at the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly on October 22. H.E. Mr. Li Song, China's Ambassador for Disarmament Affairs, elaborated China's nuclear policy proposition and made a strong response to the US representative’s attack on China's national defense construction and arms control policies.
- U.S. passing of HK-related act reflects Cold-War mentality
- Zang Tiewei, a spokesperson for the Commission of Legislative Affairs of the National People's Congress Standing Committee, on Friday denounced the U.S. House of Representatives' passing of the so-called Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019.