The external affairs ministry statement comes days after the US secretary of state criticised China and a week before Tillerson’s visit to India.
Rex Tillerson’s speech is the latest indication that the Trump administration, despite its many domestic distractions, is clear-eyed on India.
Nikki Haley said the US was not saying that Iran was in breach of the agreement, but she raised concerns about its activities that are not covered by the pact.
Tillerson’s comments Sunday come amid soaring tensions between the US and North Korea following a series of weapons tests by Pyongyang.
Trump and his supporters have repeatedly used the term “fake news” to cast doubt on media reports critical of his administration.
“You want us to sniff them out, we will do that. You want us to take action against them, whatever action you propose, we will do that… (but) these hollow allegations are not acceptable.”
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the expulsions from Cuba’s embassy in Washington were also intended to ensure “equity” in staffing levels.
Tillerson said during a trip to China that the US had multiple direct channels of communication with Pyongyang, expressing hope for reducing tensio
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that communication was happening directly and cited two or three US channels open to Pyongyang.
On the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, the three top diplomats of India, US and Japan also exchanged views on maritime security, connectivity and proliferation issues.
China defended its ally earlier this week after Trump said the US could no longer be silent about militants using safe havens on Pakistani soil.
A report carried by the KCNA news agency lacked the usual threats against the US, and Trump expressed optimism about a possible improvement in relations.
Trump said the next pillar of his new strategy is a change in US’s approach to Pakistan.
The US and South Korea have prepared for more joint military drills, angering the North, and experts said Pyongyang could still go ahead with its plan.
They “resolved to enhance peace and stability across the Indo-Pacific region by establishing a new two-by-two ministerial dialogue,” the White House said.
President Xi’s comments came hours after President Trump warned North Korea that the US military was “locked and loaded”.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson also said he and President Trump discuss how to use the international agreement to advance administration policies.
It was the second time Trump certified Iran’s compliance with the agreement since he took office in January, despite criticising it during his campaign as “the worst deal ever.”
A memo from State Secretary Rex Tillerson was sent to all US diplomatic posts after a Hawaiin district court ruled to limit the scope of Trump’s travel ban.
Tensions have been rising since a Saudi-led coalition intervened in Yemen’s civil war in 2015, backing government forces fighting Iran-allied Houthi rebels.
He won the election touting his deal-making expertise, and there is an acute need of it, from North Korea to the Middle East. But beware of the fine print.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani signed the agreement, but the four Arab states which placed sanctions on Qatar said they intend to keep close watch on its efforts to combat terrorism.
The Arab states claim that the publication of the previously secret accord between Riyadh and Doha showed Qatar broke a promise not to meddle in the affairs of Gulf countries.
Washington has said it is ready to use force if need be to stop North Korea’s weapons programs but it prefers global diplomatic action to avert catastrophe.
The Arab countries have demanded Qatar curtail its support for the Muslim Brotherhood, shut down Al Jazeera, close a Turkish military base and downgrade its relations with rival Iran.
The talk took place ahead of a meeting between the foreign ministers of the four countries, including Egypt, that have cut diplomatic and commercial ties with Qatar.
The actions of the Trump administration have added fuel to the fire of the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, having already claimed more than 10,000 civilian lives.
Both the US State Department and Energy Secretary Rick Perry had positive things to say about the meetings and claimed that Indo-US ties could only grow stronger, with Trump claiming India had a “true friend” in him.
China’s foreign ministry regularly says that Beijing is doing all that it can with regard to North Korea by implementing United Nations Security Council sanctions, while also pushing for greater dialogue to reduce tensions.
The US president took to twitter commend China’s effort in trying to persuade Pyongyang to rein in their nuclear program, ahead of dialogues with Beijing.
The claim stands at odds with President Trump’s undiplomatic accusations against the nation even as his own State and Defence departments try to strike a neutral chord.
Otto Warmbier, who was released by North Korea after falling into coma has severe tissue loss in his brain, possibly due to cardiac arrest, doctors say.
Otto Warmbier, who was detained in North Korea in January 2016 and lapsed into coma in March, was released by the Pyongyang regime on humanitarian grounds.
In a clear articulation of a new Afghan policy, James Mattis and Rex Tillerson have virtually ruled out any political settlement with the Taliban.
Despite Trump’s decision to leave the Paris accord, the US secretary of state said the country will continue its efforts to reduce emissions.
His rejection of the request suggests there are no plans this year for any high-profile Ramadan function at the state department.
Tillerson said Trump’s decision would depend on how it is seen by governments in the region and whether Israel views it as a helpful move in the peace process.
Cambodia feels that Trump is lowering the bar for authoritarian behaviour around the world, affecting the country whose prime minister is a Trump supporter.
All ASEAN members have diplomatic relations with North Korea and five have embassies there.
Trump advisors have taken different sides on whether to stay or exit the pact, but major US companies are petitioning to remain to protect competitiveness.