The Foreign Ministry on Sunday expressed regret over the multinational military strike against Libya, saying that it did not agree with resorting to force in international relations.
Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Sunday that it has basically completed the work of assisting Chinese citizens to leave Japanese areas hit by the devastating earthquake and tsunami.
Chinese FM Yang Jiechi said on Saturday that China will extend maximum support to cooperate with Japan in the relief operations and reconstruction work.
Live Report March 20 -- Quake aftermath
Chinese President Hu Jintao paid a visit to the Japanese embassy in Beijing Friday afternoon to convey a message of condolences for the victims of last Friday's massive earthquake and ensuing tsunami in Japan.
A number of high-level meetings in the first half of this year will continue the sound momentum of the bilateral relationship.
China delivered ten tonnes of bottled drinking water to Japan's earthquake-hit areas on Thursday in the country's latest round of relief donations sent to assist Japan's rescue and recovery efforts.
Two donation boxes were set up in front of canteens in Beijing's Tsinghua University, one of the top universities in China, to collect money for earthquake victims.
Heavy snow blanketed Japan's devastated northeast on Wednesday, hindering rescue workers and adding to the woes of the few, mainly elderly, residents who remained in the area worst hit by last week's massive earthquake and tsunami.
An eastern Chinese city followed the lead of other local Chinese governments by donating money to earthquake-hit areas in Japan on Wednesday, while support from the public is also being mobilized.
The Chinese government announced Wednesday that it has decided to provide 20,000 tons of fuel as emergency assistance to Japan after a massive earthquake and ensuing tsunami hit the country Friday.
Chinese rescue workers continue searching for survivors in Oofunato, Iwate, Japan, on March 16, 2011.
Integration and closer cooperation among Asian economies will be a pressing task in the years ahead, but the integration will create huge benefits for all, said Zhou Wenzhong, secretary-general of the Boao Forum for Asia.