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SYDNEY, June 5 (Reuters) - Senior Australian government ministers accused China on Tuesday of exerting undue pressure on Qantas. (TIMELINE: The Philippines-China maritime dispute). Below is a timeline of events chronicling the "improving" relationships between the two. Dating in China can be a bit different from dating in the West in terms of pragmatism, sex and the expectations of looking for marriage.
The Philippines-China maritime dispute Below is a timeline of events chronicling the "improving" relationships between the two countries. Prior to his induction, Chinese Ambassador Zhao Jianhua has visited Duterte twice — once in May, and again less than a month after.
The government secures billions worth of deals with China, including business-to-business contracts, public financing agreements, and soft loans for development projects. In addition, the two leaders sign off on 13 bilateral cooperation agreements. Apart from signing 3 non-binding memoranda of understanding MOUsthey finalize an agreement granting the Philippines P3. March 24 Reuters publishes a report citing data showing China's construction on disputed waters.
PH researchers explore Benham Rise On why China has been allowed to scope out the area, and not other countries also capable of funding research, Roque says only China qualified for authorization, whose terms and conditions have been violated.
Islands artificially constructed over 7 reefs in the Spratlys archipelago now host Chinese air bases, naval facilities, and radar and communications systems.
Roque has admitted knowledge of these activitiesbut is untroubled by them. He cites a promise made by Beijing that it will not conduct reclamation of any other feature in the West Philippine Sea.
What do you want us to do? India and China agree in Beijing to quicken the pace of LAC delineation in order to resolve the vexatious border dispute within a reasonable time-frame. Chinese premier Zhu Rongji visits India.
India and China commemorate 50th anniversary of their diplomatic relations. India officially declares to China that the 17th Karmapa has arrived in Dharamshala, but has not been granted refugee status. Beijing warns that giving political asylum to the Karmapa would violate the five principles of peaceful coexistence. India and China hold detailed discussions in New Delhi on ways to settle their border row.
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China displays neutrality on the Kargil conflict and agrees to establish a security mechanism with India. India officially announces talks with China on the reopening of the Ladakh-Kailash-Mansarovar route. Instruments of ratification in respect to Confidence Building Measures agreement exchanged.
India and China agree to pull back their troops on the Sumdorong Chu Valley in the eastern sector.
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Chinese premier Li Peng visits India after a gap of 31 years, pledges to resolve the boundary question through friendly consultations. Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi visits China. Beijing express strong condemnation over the establishment of Arunachal Pradesh as a full fledged State of the Indian Union.
Indian foreign minister Atal Behari Vajpayee visits China. India and China decide to restore the level of diplomatic representation in both countries to the ambassadorial status after a 15year diplomatic hiatus. China expresses strong condemnation and utmost indignation at merger of Sikkim with the Indian Union. China accuses India of committing aggression on Sikkim on the pretext of disturbances. Informal contacts between the Indian and Chinese diplomats established.
China accuses India of crossing the Sikkim-China boundary. China and Pakistan sign a boundary settlement in Beijing between Kashmir and Xinjiang where Pakistan ceded sq.
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China sends a note signed by Zhou Enlai to India reiterating the three-point ceasefire formula. India accepts and later on 10 December endorses Colombo proposals.
China declares a unilateral ceasefire along the entire border and announces withdrawal of its troops to position 20km behind the LAC. A massive Chinese attack on the eastern front, Tawang, Walong in the western sector over run, Rezang La and the Chushul airport shelled.
China refuses to discuss the Sino-Bhutanese and Sino-Sikkimese boundary disputes and further occupies 12, square miles in the western sector of the Sino-Indian border. A meeting in New Delhi between Zhou Enlai and Nehru to address the boundary question ends in deadlock.