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Chile–Romania relations

Chilean-Romanian relations are foreign relations between Chile and Romania. Diplomatic relations between both countries were established on February 5, 1925. Embassies were established in each others countries that year but the bilateral relation ...

Chile–Russia relations

Chile–Russia relations refers to the bilateral foreign relations between Chile and Russia. The establishment of diplomatic relations between Chile and the USSR countries happened on December 11, 1944. Both countries are full members of APEC, the ...

Chile–Taiwan relations

Chilean–Taiwanese relations refer to the historical and current relationship between the Republic of Chile and the Republic of China. Like majority states in the world, Chile adheres to One China policy, therefore it does not recognize Taiwan as ...

Chile–Turkey relations

Chile–Turkey relations refer to foreign relations between Chile and Turkey. Chile was the first country in Latin America which recognized Turkey with the Friendship Treaty, on January 30, 1926. In Santiago, there can be found the Turkish Republic ...

Chile–United Kingdom relations

British–Chile relations are foreign relations between the United Kingdom and Chile. The two countries maintain strong cultural ties as Chilean culture was heavily anglicised after Independence. Both countries have neighbouring territories in the ...

Chile–United States relations

Chile–United States relations are the bilateral relations between the Republic of Chile and the United States of America. Relations, which can be traced to the nineteenth century, have improved in the period 1988 to the present to be better than ...

Chile–Uruguay relations

Chile–Uruguay relations are foreign relations between Chile and Uruguay. Chile has an embassy in Montevideo. Uruguay has an embassy in Santiago. Historically, both countries were part of the Spanish Empire until the early 19th century. Both count ...

Chile–Vietnam relations

Chile–Vietnam relations refers to the current and historical relations between Chile and Vietnam. Chile has an embassy in Hanoi and a consulate in Hồ Chi Minh City; whilst Vietnam has an embassy in Santiago. The two countries are both members of ...

Lake CECs

Lake CECs is a subglacial lake in Antarctica at approximately latitude 80° S. It has an estimated area of 18 km². The territory where the lake is located, some 160 km from Union Glacier, is claimed only by Chile. The lake is located in a buffer z ...

Border Personnel Meeting point

Border Personnel Meeting points are locations along the disputed Sino-Indian border where the armies of both countries hold ceremonial and practical meetings to resolve border issues and improve relations. While border meetings have been held sin ...

China–Comoros relations

Peoples Republic of China – Comoros relations refers to the current and historical relationship between the Peoples Republic of China and the Comoros. Relations were established by Comorian President Ali Soilih on 13 November 1975 and have been d ...

China–Democratic Republic of the Congo relations

The Peoples Republic of China and the Democratic Republic of the Congo have had peaceful diplomatic relations, and growing economic relations, since 1971. Relations between the two countries go back to 1887, when representatives of the Congo Free ...

China–Croatia relations

China–Croatia relations refer to bilateral foreign relations between China and Croatia. Both countries established diplomatic relations on May 13, 1992. Croatia has an embassy in Beijing and a general consulate in Hong Kong. China has embassy and ...

China–Cuba relations

Cuban–Chinese relations are the interstate relations between the Peoples Republic of China and Republic of Cuba, which are both communist states. The origins of the relations began when the Qing dynasty established a consulate in Havana while Cub ...

China–Cyprus relations

Cyprus–China relations refer to the bilateral relations between Cyprus and China. China is represented in Cyprus through its embassy in Nicosia, Cyprus. Cyprus is represented in China through its embassy in Beijing, China. Both countries are full ...

China–Czech Republic relations

China–Czech Republic relations or Sino–Czech relations are international relations between China and the Czech Republic. There were official relations by 1919 and formally established relations followed on 6 October 1949 between Czechoslovakia an ...

China–Denmark relations

China–Denmark relations are foreign relations between China and Denmark. Denmark recognized the Peoples Republic of China on January 9, 1950 and the two countries established diplomatic relations on May 11, 1950. Denmark was the first Western cou ...

China–Dominican Republic relations

China–Dominican Republic relations or Sino-Dominican relations refer to the ties and relations between the People’s Republic of China and Dominican Republic. The relations between the Dominican Republic and China began in 1932. Following the Chin ...

China–East Timor relations

China-East Timor relations were established following East Timors independence on May 20, 2002. However, China had established a representative office in Dili in 2000, when was still under United Nations administration. Since East Timors independ ...

China–Ecuador relations

Although Chinas economic influence is growing rapidly throughout Latin America, it is perhaps most evident in Ecuador where it enjoys a near-monopoly of crude exports. Critics of Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa say that the Chinese influence h ...

China–Egypt relations

Fatimid Caliph Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah sent a delegation to Song dynasty China led by Domiyat. Yusuf Ma Dexin visited Egypt. The Republic of China 1912–49 sent Hui Muslims like Muhammad Ma Jian and other Hui Muslim students to study at Al-Azhar in ...

China–Equatorial Guinea relations

China–Equatorial Guinea relations refer to the foreign relations between China and Equatorial Guinea. China and Equatorial Guinea established diplomatic relations on October 15, 1970. In the 1970s, China and Equatorial Guinea signed agreements on ...

China–Eritrea relations

China–Eritrea relations refers to the current and historical relationship between China and Eritrea. Eritrea gained independence from Ethiopia in 1993 and, as of 2007, relations between the two states registered "smooth growth".

China–Ethiopia relations

Peoples Republic of China–Ethiopia relations were established in 1970. Ethiopia has an embassy in Beijing and the Peoples Republic of China has an embassy in Addis Ababa. By 2016-2018, Chinese direct investment in Ethiopia had reached US billion ...

China–Fiji relations

The Republic of the Fiji Islands was the first Pacific Island country to establish diplomatic relations with the Peoples Republic of China, in 1975. China established an embassy in Fiji in 1976, and Fiji opened its embassy in China in 2001. Fijis ...

China–Finland relations

Along with Sweden and Denmark, Finland was one of the first Western countries to recognize the Peoples Republic of China and form diplomatic relations with the country in 1950. The embassy in Beijing was opened in April 1952, and the first reside ...

China–France relations

China–France relations, also known as Sino-French relations or Franco-Chinese relations, refers to the interstate relations between China and France. Note that the meaning of both "China" and "France" as entities has changed throughout history; t ...

China–Georgia relations

China–Georgia relations are the foreign relations between Georgia and the Peoples Republic of China. The two countries established diplomatic relations on 9 June 1992. Bilateral ties have advanced gradually since then and mostly focused on econom ...

China–Germany relations

Sino–German relations were formally established in 1861, when Prussia and the Qing Empire concluded the first Sino-German treaty during the Eulenburg Expedition. Ten years later, the German Empire was founded and the new state inherited the old P ...

China–Ghana relations

Relations between the two countries date back to 1960 when the countries first established diplomatic relations. Since then Ghana has provided substantial diplomatic support to the PRC with the PRC reciprocating with material support for Ghanas d ...

China–Grenada relations

Diplomatic relations between the Peoples Republic of China and Grenada were established on 1 October 1985. Prime Minister Herbert Blaize established diplomatic relations with the Republic of China in 1989, prompting Beijing to sever diplomatic ti ...

China–Guinea relations

China–Guinea relations refer to the bilateral relations between China and Guinea. China and Guinea established diplomatic relations on October 14, 1959.

China–Guinea-Bissau relations

Peoples Republic of China – Guinea-Bissau relations refers to the current and historical relationship between the Peoples Republic of China and Guinea-Bissau. Relations were established in March 1974, several months before Guinea-Bissaus Septembe ...

China–Iceland relations

China – Iceland relations are foreign relations between China and Iceland. Diplomatic relations between them were established on December 8, 1971. China has an embassy in Reykjavik. Iceland has an embassy in Beijing and an honorary consulate in H ...

China–India relations

China–India relations, also called Sino-Indo relations or Indian-Chinese relations, refers to the bilateral relationship between the Peoples Republic of China and the Republic of India. Although the relationship has been cordial, there have been ...

China–Indonesia relations

China–Indonesia relations refer to the foreign relations between China and Indonesia. The relations between two nations have been ongoing for centuries, and were officially recognized in 1950. However, the diplomatic relationship between the two ...

China–Iraq relations

China had strongly opposed the 2003 Iraq War and along with France, Germany and Russia had strongly condemned the invasion and occupation and had called for a withdrawal of all forces from the country. All four countries united against the United ...

China–Israel relations

China–Israel relations are the diplomatic, economic, cultural, military ties between the Peoples Republic of China and the State of Israel. Israel was the first country in the Middle East to recognize the PRC as the legitimate government of China ...

China–Italy relations

Bilateral relations between China and Italy date back to Imperial China and Ancient Rome but the ties between Italy and modern China only formally began on 6 November 1970. News of Italys recognition of the Peoples Republic of China and consequen ...

China–Ivory Coast relations

From 2000 to 2011, there are approximately 34 Chinese official development finance projects identified in Cote dIvoire through various media reports. These projects range from a $114 million loan from Export-Import Bank of China at two-percent in ...

China–Jamaica relations

Diplomatic relations between China and Jamaica were established on 21 November 1972. The Chinese government established an embassy in Kingston in 1973. There was no formal representation from Jamaica to China until 1992, when the Jamaican ambassa ...

China–Japan relations

China–Japan relations or Sino-Japanese relations are the international relations between the Peoples Republic of China and Japan. The countries are geographically separated by the East China Sea. Japan has been strongly influenced throughout hist ...

China–Kazakhstan relations

China–Kazakhstan relations refer to the relations between historical China and the Kazakhs up to the modern relations between the PRC and Kazakhstan. Ever since the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1992, friendly and stable political, cul ...

China–Kenya relations

This bilateral relations date back to 14 December 1963, two days after the formal establishment of Kenyan independence, when China became the fourth country to open an embassy in Nairobi. Military exchange between the two countries has been incre ...

China–Kiribati relations

The Republic of Kiribati and the Peoples Republic of China established diplomatic relations on June 25, 1980 and resumed on September 27, 2019. Between 2003 and 2019, The government of Kiribati recognized the Republic of China, and, in accordance ...

China–North Korea relations

China–North Korea relations have been generally friendly, although they were sometimes strained in recent years because of North Koreas nuclear program. They have a close special relationship and China is often considered to be North Koreas close ...

China–South Korea relations

Diplomatic relations between the Peoples Republic of China and the Republic of Korea were formally established in the 1980s. Before then, the PRC recognized only the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea while South Korea in turn recognized only t ...

China–Kyrgyzstan relations

As of 1996, China-Kyrgyzstan relations were an area of substantial uncertainty for the government in Bishkek. The free-trade zone in Naryn attracted large numbers of Chinese businesspeople, who came to dominate most of the republics import and ex ...

China–Laos relations

Laotian–Chinese relations refers to the current and historical relationship between Lao Peoples Democratic Republic and the Peoples Republic of China. Relations have consisted of trade and aid, largely in road construction in the northern provinc ...

China–Lesotho relations

Peoples Republic of China–Lesotho relations refer to the bilateral relations of the Peoples Republic of China and Lesotho. Relations began in 1983, with the first significant diplomatic exchange occurring when Prime Minister Leabua Jonathan visit ...