Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told media reacting to reports that US President Donald Trump has given Defence Secretary Jim Mattis the authority to determine troop levels in Afghanistan. (PTI) China today said the US should respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Afghanistan, amid reports that America may deploy more troops in the war- torn country, which borders China’s volatile Xinjiang province. Such a move is “highly relevant to the development and security of the neighbouring region and the countries”, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told media here reacting to reports that US President Donald Trump has given Defence Secretary Jim Mattis the authority to determine troop levels in Afghanistan. “So, we contend that any move should respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of… Next »
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