Thursday's sanctions came after the Beijing military department purchased Su-35 combat aircraft and a S-400 surface-to-air missile system from Russian Federation.
U.S. sanctions aimed to squeeze "main competitor" out of arms market - Moscow The new punitive measures the U.S. imposed on buyers of Russian weapons - China in particular - is just a sign of unfair competition, aiming to get rid of "hyper-competitive" Russian-made arms, the Kremlin says.
A USA official, quoted in the report, said that the ultimate target of these sanctions was Russian Federation.
Asked if China could take corresponding measures against USA media groups, Geng said it had always supported foreign reporters and expected them to respect the law and report in a fair and objective manner.
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The Kremlin has dismissed the latest round of USA sanctions that affected an aircraft-making factory as an "unfair" move to undercut Russian Federation as a major arms exporter.
A senior U.S. State Department official on Saturday said China was the only country that had taken possession of the advanced S-400 surface-to-air missile system, in a breach of a U.S. sanctions law imposed in response to Russia's "malign behaviour".
The Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act was passed as a way to punish Russian Federation for meddling in the 2016 US elections. India - a long-time buyer of Soviet defense equipment and a market Western arms firms are seeking to dominate - has also refused to drop its S-400 deal despite hints that it could result in sanctions.
Beijing warned of "further consequences" if the sanctions were not revoked.
China has told the Trump administration to remove punitive sanctions against its military, or "bear the consequences". "The US approach is a blatant violation of the basic norms of global relations", Wu said in a notice posted on the ministry's official Wechat account.
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"China is strongly outraged by this unreasonable action by the USA..."
This comes amid rising tensions between the United States and China over the escalating trade war.
China's EED was added to the blacklist together with 33 Russian defense and intelligence officials and entities.
Meanwhile, an outraged China reportedly cancelled a planned visit by Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He to the U.S. to discuss a way out to end the ongoing trade war between the two countries.
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