Britain forms ‘poison’ relations with China


Liu said that Britain’s decision to remove Huawei technology from its 5G network – in response to US restrictions on the firm – was not about a company, but about “how the UK sees and treats China”. I was not

“Does it see China as an opportunity and partner or threat … as a friendly country or hostile or potentially hostile situation?” Liu accused “some British politicians” of adopting a “Cold War Warrior” mentality and being influenced by Washington.

“It is hard to imagine a ‘global Britain’ which bypasses or excludes China using the UK government’s Brexit rhetoric,” he said. Decreasing from China means disintegrating from opportunities, alienating from development and turning away from the future. “.

In an hour statement and Q&A Live on twitter, Liu saw a list of Chinese complaints against Britain, attacking British media and politicians for exposing alleged human rights abuses against the Muslim Uygur population in Xinjiang province.

Confronted with footage by the BBC’s Andrew Mara earlier this month and apparently dozens of tied and shaved-headed Uyghur detainees were taken from the train to an undisclosed location, Liu struck from behind, the broadcaster Criticized and showed the video claiming “transfer of one group of prisoners by a” detention house “in Kashi, Xinjiang.

The embassy also aired propaganda videos claiming to show terrorist attacks in Xinjiang over the past decade, as well as horrifying music, followed by a video of the Uygur people stating that in Xinjiang they How was it beneficial to go to the “redesignation center” and get new employment opportunities. As a result.

The confrontational approach is the hallmark of a new brand of hardline Chinese diplomacy deployed in many capitals, called “wolf warrior” diplomacy. On Wednesday, Liu published an article in the South China Morning Post, mentioning “visionary people” in Britain [to] View the big picture of Chinese-British cooperation. “

During the press conference, Liu accused the British newspapers of refusing to run his articles, claiming that he “told me very bluntly” that he would not sell the paper.

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