China has vowed any new tariffs from the US will lead to retaliation.
'India is proud of its secular credentials, its status as the largest democracy and a pluralistic society with a longstanding commitment to tolerance and inclusion,' says India's foreign ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar in a statement.
Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov asks Washington to weigh the possible consequences of conflict with Iran.
US companies are focusing their China operations on producing for Chinese customers and not for export due to the bitter trade war.
Riyadh vowed to hit back on Sunday against any punitive measures as its stock market tumbled, with the fallout from the crisis threatening to imperil Prince Mohammed's much-hyped economic reform drive.
Anti-Saudi sentiment in the US Congress could conceivably raise pressure to pass the No Oil Producing and Exporting Cartels Act, which would end sovereign immunity shielding OPEC members from US legal action.
Countermeasures being taken include banning offending airlines from using boarding bridges and changing takeoff and landing slots.
China's commerce ministry said it was "shocked" by the latest US trade action and would complain to the World Trade Organisation, but did not immediately say how it would retaliate.
Japan hanged Shoko Asahara on Friday and six other members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult, which killed 13 people in an attack that shattered the country's myth of public safety.
The economy ministry said Russia would impose extra tariffs on some goods from the United States for which there are Russian-made substitutes.
Lu declined to give precise details but the commerce ministry had previously released a list that matched Washington's US$34 billion dollar for dollar.
Duties on US$34 billion of Chinese goods will take effect just after midnight in Washington, President Donald Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One on his way to a rally in Montana on Thursday.
China will impose tariffs with "equal scale, equal intensity" on imports from the US and all the consensus the two sides reached earlier will lose effect, the Commerce Ministry said in a statement.
Beijing had warned last month that it was considering the tariffs, raising fears of a looming trade war.
The Russian foreign ministry says it had summoned the heads of missions from 23 countries -- almost all of them European Union member states -- to tell them that some of their diplomats had to leave.
Minister Mah Siew Keong says if European countries stop buying palm oil, Malaysia will stop buying their products.
Canadian minister says they will take responsive measures to defend its trade interests and workers.
But Admiral Michael Rogers says the NSA and Cyber Command can take some unspecified actions to rebuff hackers.