China said that the US puts its domestic law above international law and follows international rules according to its will.
- Blinken’s remarks are aimed at stifling China’s development and establishing US hegemony: China
- China said that the rules-based system that America talks about, there is no such system.
- US feels China posed a bigger threat after World War II: Antony Blinken
China News: The ice on the relationship between America and China during the presidency of Donald Trump, does not seem to be melting even after Biden became the President. Hardly a month goes by when China and America do not look at each other. In the latest case, China has expressed displeasure over the statement of US foreigner Antony Blinken in which he said that China has posed a big threat to the post-World War II system. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said the US was “deliberately spreading misinformation and trying to discredit China’s domestic and foreign policy.”
Blinken’s statement aims to stifle China’s development
Lashing out at Blinken, Wang Wenbin said, “The purpose of Blinken’s statement is to stop China ‘s development and establish America’s supremacy.” We strongly condemn and reject it. Those who understand the rule-based system that America advocates, know that there is no such system, but rules made by America and some other countries, whose purpose is to maintain America’s dominance in the international system. He said that the US puts its domestic law above international law and follows international rules according to its will.
tell you that Blinken in his speech underlined the ‘China Policy’ of the US administration and gave a 3-point approach to economic and military competition with China in the 21st century. . He had said, ‘America feels that China has posed a great threat after World War II. China is the only country that intends to change the international and economic, diplomatic, military, and technological systems. With Beijing’s approach, we will move away from the public values that have sustained the world’s progress over the past 75 years.