China commented on the lock on its applications in India
China is seriously concerned about the situation of blocking the Indian authorities a number of popular Chinese apps, said at a briefing on Tuesday the official representative of the Chinese foreign Ministry Zhao Lijiang.
Earlier, the press service of the government of India announced that the government has banned the country's 59 applications "harmful to the sovereignty, integrity, defense of India, security of the state and public order" in the list of prohibited hit Chinese social network Tik Tok, browser UC Browser, instant messenger WeChat, and apps Kwai, Baidu map, Clash of Kings, Mi Community, Club Factory, UC News, Weibo, QQ Music, Mobile Legends.
"China expresses serious concern about the appropriate application of the Indian side," - said the diplomat.
According to him, currently the Chinese side is verifying and clarifying the details of the situation.
"The Chinese government has always required Chinese enterprises to develop international cooperation, based on compliance with international rules and local laws (of the country where they operate – ed.). The Indian government in accordance with market principles are responsible for the protection of the legitimate rights and interests of international investors, including the interests of Chinese companies," said Zhao Lijiang.
He stressed that business cooperation between China and India mutually beneficial and vzaimosvyazano, and the creation of artificial obstacles for this kind of interaction is not in the interests of the Indian side.