The court ruling - if implemented -- would have restored the Nasheed party's majority and threatened Yameen's presidency.
Nasheed, perceived to be close to New Delhi, has urged India to intervene militarily, a move which China has warned will only complicate the situation.
"Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with the Maldives' President's special envoy, (Maldivian) Economic Development Minister Mohamed Saeed. He introduced the current situation in the Maldives and said that the government is committed to upholding the rule of the law and social order and independently achieving national stability and development," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said here.
Geng also reiterated that China will not interfere in the Maldives' internal affairs and oppose any outside intervention.
Wang told Saeed that China was closely watching the situation and was confident that Male had the wisdom to solve the crisis by itself.
Asked about Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump expressing concern over the situation in the Maldives, Geng said: "The current situation in the Maldives is its internal affairs. It should be properly resolved through dialogue and consultation by all relevant parties.
"The international community should respect the sovereignty of the Maldives and respect the will of the Maldives. On this basis, the international community should play a constructive role instead of taking actions that may complicate the situation."
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