Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Jiang Yu’s Regular Press Conference today on March 17, 2021. He said the statement was an attack on the foreign policy of China, a blatant interference in China’s internal affairs, and any attempt to harm China’s interests.

Zhou Lijian called the joint US-Japanese statement a direct attack on China’s foreign policy.

China strongly opposes the move, expressing strong reservations. He said the two countries could not unilaterally interpret the internationally recognized system under the United Nations nor were they authorized to impose their standards on others.

China has always been an important force in maintaining world peace and promoting common development.

It has partnered with 112 countries and international organizations, joined more than 100 international intergovernmental organizations, and signed more than 500 multilateral agreements.

China is the largest sender of global peacekeeping missions among the permanent members of the UN Security Council.

In contrast, the United States has always maintained a double standard, looking at international law. And principles as it sees fit, while the United States has established hundreds of military bases around the world.

Who is the biggest threat to world peace and security? The international community can give its opinion in this regard.

The spokesman clarified that China’s position on Taiwan, Hong Kong, Xinjiang, South China Sea, and Diaoyu Islands is permanent and clear.

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China’s commitment to national sovereignty, security, and defense of development interests are as strong as a rock.

Bottom Line

Matters related to Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Xinjiang are China’s internal affairs in which no external interference will be allowed.

The joint statement of the United States and Japan is a denial of historical facts and truth. He called on both countries to abandon the Cold War mentality and immediately stop interfering in China’s internal affairs.

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