BEIJING: China on Monday voiced concern over the "escalation" of violence and "rising temperatures" in Kashmir after the Uri terror attack and called on India and Pakistan to resolve their differences through dialogue and enhance counter-terrorism cooperation.
Expressing shock over Sunday's terror attack on an army camp in Uri, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said, "We want to express our deep sympathies and condolences to the affected families and the injured."
"We have noted relevant reports. We are shocked by this attack," Lu told media briefing here when asked about India's allegation that Pakistan-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad's involvement in the attack.
China is not aware ?? Dialogue is over. India should take POK. Kashmir, . and then all dialogue are open.
Its a matter of time before China gets to taste the paki sponsored terror on its soil. The mischief that China is playing today will become the biggest joke at their cost
will China accept any terror acts in its soil. we too cannot accept this. We have to neutralise this sensitive area of terrorists of any origin.
China may be concerned because Pak sent the suicide squad without informing it.
Concerned ????? or happy !!!!
Practice what you preach. Reduce S China sea tensions n resolve it peacefully.
They might be concerned about Indian reaction for Pakistan.
China is trying to talk like big brother, China may big brother to Pakistan but not for India.
India - 10 hours ago
Such a looser country is China.. have no ethics or credibility.. who cares for it''s stand.. it get back its share if it continue it''s friendship with Pak
China is a third rate back stabbing country of junkies abused by britishers who made them all drug addicts. Very soon India will overtake China in development.
Naveen Kasyap Kambhatla
India should invade POK and make Pak feel the heat.
Its your fault. You were asked to support us but you took sides. Now watch what we will do.......
Yes, they were expected to come out with a peaceful resolution advice
Will China say the same over South China Sea? Will it recall it''s navy and wait for a peaceful resolution, even if Philippines or Vietnam will send their navies to occupy some islands?