Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying rejected statements by some members of the Group of Seven (G7) that Beijing represents the “biggest threat to global security and prosperity” and defended the role it plays in the economy. The country plays and global security.
China is the No. 1 engine of the world economy (contributing to higher growth than the G7 members combined), the top trading partner of more than 140 countries, and the second largest contributor to the funding of UN peacekeeping operations.” Spokesperson wrote on Twitter.
Hua argued that “the real world will not be brainwashed or fooled,” Hua argued that “if China is a threat, some G7 members are going to wage war against sovereign states, overthrow legitimate foreign governments abandoning multilateral treaties and forcing other countries.” break the supply chain?
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Citing two American authors, the spokesperson recalled that the US had conducted dozens of regime change campaigns in other countries in the second half of the last century.
“Preliminary figures show that between the end of World War II and 2001, there were 248 armed conflicts in 153 regions of the world, of which 201 were initiated by the United States,” he said.
Similarly, the Chinese spokesperson published an image that shows the actual proportion of G7 countries in the world and, according to them, shows that they do not have the moral authority to speak on behalf of all humanity.
At the end of the G7 summit in Japan last weekend, the group’s leaders, including US President Joe Biden, French Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, announced that they would not tolerate “coercive” economic and military expansionism of China. are not ready to.
“China poses the greatest challenge of our era to global security and prosperity, increasingly authoritarian at home and assertive abroad,” Sunak said.