China on the attack of the Group of Seven. Beijing accuses the summit, which concluded yesterday in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, of “political manipulation” and “interference” in its “internal affairs” in light of the stance expressed on the last day on the human rights issue in Xinjiang and Hong Kong. A spokesman for the Chinese Embassy in the United Kingdom said that “the G7 is using the Xinjiang issues to engage in political manipulation and interference in China’s internal affairs, and we are firmly opposed” to this matter. On the last day, the G7 asked China to “respect human rights and fundamental freedoms, especially in Xinjiang,” and also respect freedoms in Hong Kong. Indeed, China affirmed yesterday, commenting on the summit, that the times are over when a “small group of countries” decide the fate of the world.
Gone are the days when a small group of countries dictated global decisions
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“The days when global decisions were dictated by a small group of countries are long gone,” a spokesman for the Chinese embassy in London was quoted by Reuters as saying. “We believe that nations, big or small, strong or weak, poor or rich, are all equal, and that global affairs should be managed through consultation between nations,” the spokesperson added.
“Do not politicize the origin of the epidemic”
Beijing also objects that it is not necessary to “politicize” the origin of the epidemic, but to follow up on work that has been done “in a scientific, objective and fair manner: “It is a scientific question,” a spokesperson for the Chinese Embassy in Cairo confirmed in London, in response to the closing statement of the Group of Seven. He added that China has “always maintained an open and transparent attitude and played a leading role in cooperating on its tracking with the World Health Organization.” Writing independent reports, following WHO procedures and adopting scientific methods.
“There is only one China in the world and Taiwan is a part of it.”
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China also attacked the Taipei part of the G7 communique, which states “the importance of maintaining stability across the Taiwan Straits” and urges “all parties to seek peaceful solutions.” “There is only one China in the world and Taiwan is an inalienable part of its territory,” a spokesman for the Chinese Embassy in London responded. “The issue is about China’s core interests that do not allow the interference of outside forces. China must be united. We are ready to do our best for peaceful reunification, but we will not leave any room for forms of separatist activity for the sake of ‘independence’.”
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