China's Foreign Ministry has announced a series of countermeasures after U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan.
Beijing says it will cancel a range of military meetings with U.S. officials.
It's also suspending cooperation on repatriating illegal migrants, on criminal judicial coordination, on cross-border crime prevention, and on drug control.
China-U.S. climate change talks are also suspended.
China has also announced sanctions against Nancy Pelosi and her immediate family members over her Taiwan visit.
Beijing says Pelosi, who's second in line of succession to the presidency, ignored China's grave concerns and firm opposition.
It says Pelosi's action undermined China's sovereignty and territorial integrity,
and severely threatened peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait.