Operation to lure the head of Chinese diplomacy in New Zealand and Australia

Operation to lure the head of Chinese diplomacy in New Zealand and Australia

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi began an official visit to New Zealand and Australia on Sunday, March 17. An operation of temptation in the context of the slowdown in Chinese growth, and also against the backdrop of an international situation that the head of Chinese diplomacy described as “turbulent.” Objective: Strengthening bilateral relations. The welcome in Wellington was very warm.

I'll just say: Nihao! And welcome New ZealandIt is a true honor to be able to welcome you among us! » Prime Minister of New Zealand Chris Luxon He does not hide his enthusiasm in front of his host, whose last visit dates back to 2017.

At that time, the Labor Party was ruling the country. Today, for more than 100 days, it has been ruled by a tripartite coalition that brings together populists, liberals, and conservatives. A government is open to strengthening relations with its largest trading partner, under the slogan of continuity.

Because Wellington called him a friend ChinaIt has always maintained more flexible relations with the Asian giant, preferring its trade relations over the security concerns of its “Five Eyes” allies, namely the Americans, Canadians, British and Australians.

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