Xi Jinping to visit Russia
The trip will last until Wednesday. Xi will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss "aspects of further development of comprehensive partnership," according to a statement from the Kremlin. There will also be a discussion of the international agenda and cooperation between the two nations in world affairs.
China's national legislature decides on new cabinet lineup
Upon nomination by Premier Li Qiang, vice premiers, state councillors, ministers, governor of the central bank, auditor-general, and secretary-general of the State Council were endorsed by lawmakers at the fifth plenary meeting of the first session of the 14th National People's Congress (NPC), Xinhua News Agency reported. Chinese President Xi Jinping signed a presidential order to appoint these officials.
Tibetans in exile endorse 'middle-way' policy on Tibet
"We are ready to engage with the PRC government based on equality and friendship to seek a mutually beneficial and lasting solution. Moreover, we urge the PRC government to immediately stop its flawed policy of eradicating the Tibetan identity," the CTA said here on the 64th anniversary of the Tibetan National Uprising Day.
Xi Jinping unanimously elected Chinese President for historic 3rd term
He was also elected as chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC), reports Xinhua news agency.Nearly 3,000 members of the (NPC) voted unanimously at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing for Xi to be President in an election where there was no other candidate.Following the election, the 69-year-old President also made a public pledge of allegiance.
Xi Jinping blasts US-led Western countries for 'suppression of China'
Beijing has doubled down on the need to shift away from imports for sectors perceived as vital to national security, such as semiconductors and artificial intelligence. The United States has tightened sanctions on Chinese chipmakers, citing national security concerns and the risk of technology being used by China's military.
Xi Jinping's epic power grab
China's leader has overhauled the Communist Party placing himself at the core and nobody else has even a remote chance of challenging him, BBC reported. The starkest representation of this will be in the shift in personnel to be announced at the annual political meeting, a rubber-stamp session of nearly 3,000 delegates.
China's structural reforms mean more power to Xi Jinping
President Xi Jinping told a high-level political meeting in Beijing on Tuesday that the upcoming session of China's rubber-stamp parliament, the National People's Congress, would see the party strengthen "unified leadership" over scientific and technological institutions, as well as over the country's financial institutions and over "government responsibility".