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China urges the US to “correct its mistakes” and threatens retaliation

June 1, 2020

The Chinese government has criticized the US government’s recent measures against the Asian giant, including depriving Hong Kong of its autonomy status and restricting student entry, and has asked them to “correct their mistakes” “because otherwise you risk retaliation.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman, Zhao Lijian, appealed to “mutual respect” as the linchpin of the relationship between the two powers, since Beijing is ready to “firmly” uphold its interests in “national sovereignty. Security and Development,” he said the official media.

Tension has increased after Beijing introduced a national security law for Hong Kong. In Washington’s view, this violates the “one country, two systems” principle. The Chinese regime regards criticism as interference in internal affairs.

China urges the US to “correct its mistakes” and threatens retaliationChina urges the US to “correct its mistakes” and threatens retaliation

Zhao has also defiled US President Donald Trump, called Hong Kong “troublemakers”, “heroes” and criticized the “civilized” police while “threatening to shoot demonstrators within its borders and deploy the National Guard.” to suppress them, “alluding to protests against the death of young African American George Floyd in Minneapolis.