China's ministry of defence on Monday warns Obama over U.S. new defense strategy guide and said that to hope the U.S. "careful in its words and actions.
The statement of Geng Yansheng, China's China's ministry of defence spokesman is so far China's completely respond over Obama's defense strategy guide released last week.
"We have noted that the United States issued this guide to its defence strategy, and we will closely observe the impact that US military strategic adjustment has on the Asia-Pacific region and on global security developments," Geng said in a statement issued on the ministry's website.
"The United States in this document on China's accusation is totally unfounded."
"We hope that the United States will flow with the tide of the era, and deal with China and the Chinese military in an objective and rational way, will be careful in its words and actions, and do more that is beneficial to the development of relations between the two countries and their militaries."
The new U.S. strategic commitment to strengthen the power in Asia, trying to counter China's growing in strength in the region.
According to the latest U.S. strategy, the United States will maintain a large base in Japan and South Korea, and the Northern Territory in Australia (Northern Territory) deployment of troops and naval vessels.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Weimin, at a regular press conference on Monday, also said: "The file groundless accusations against China, it is impossible to gain the trust of people."