At that meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, Washington, Beijing immediately demonstrated its strict stance on Beijing, which was met with blunt talk in a rare public appearance.
“We will address our deepest concerns with China’s actions, including cyber attacks in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan, the United States,” US Secretary of State Antony Blinken told his Chinese counterparts.
“Each of these actions threatens a rule-based order that maintains global stability,” he was quoted as saying Reuters, Friday (19/3/2021).
In response, China’s top diplomat Yang Jiechi criticized the United States’ democratic struggle, mistreatment of minorities and their foreign and trade policies. He said that in a 15-minute speech in Chinese.
“The United States uses its military power and financial hegemony to exert pressure over long-term jurisdictions and other countries,” Yang said.
“It abuses the so-called idea of national security to hinder normal trade exchanges, and provokes some countries to attack China,” he said.
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