China’s Statements over ban on 59 Chinese apps by India

China’s Concern over ban on 59 Chinese apps by India

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson “Zhao Lijian” on Tuesday (30-06-2020) expresses that Beijing is strongly concerned over India banning 59 Chinese apps and is verifying the situation. It has given a statement on behalf of the Chinese foreign office that they are “strongly concerned, verifying the situation.”

Finally, the world has seen the reaction by the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Zhao Lijian over banning 59 Chinese apps by the Indian Government. In a statement, he expressed that Chinese government has strictly ordered us to abide by all the local rules and regulations set by any country regarding doing business, however, every country including India has a responsibility to uphold the legal rights of international investors.

Beijing – China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson reaction on India banning 59 Chinese apps

Furthermore, Zhao Lijian said on India banning Chinese apps:

“We want to stress that the Chinese government always asks Chinese businesses to abide by international and local laws-regulations. The Indian government has a responsibility to uphold the legal rights of international investors including Chinese ones.”


New Dehli has passed an order by the Government of India on Monday and banned 59 Chinese apps including the most popular ones like TikTok, WeChat, Likee, Bigo Live, UC Browser, Shareit, DU Battery Saver and Browser and there are many other over security and privacy. Find a complete “List of Chinese Apps Banned in India 2020”, here.

Actually, the whole reason behind banning these social media apps by the Indian Government has come in the backdrop of Chinese aggression at the Indo-China border days after deadly clash in the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh at the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

While that talks between India and China are going on in Chushul, Leh. Both the superpowers are holding the 3rd round of Lt General Level talks to resolve the stand-off in the Galwan Valley