Beijing [China], July 26 (ANI): US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman meets with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Monday to address human rights issues such as Beijing’s anti-democratic crackdown in Hong Kong and the ongoing slaughter in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region. Expressed concern about.
“The U.S. Deputy Secretary is concerned about human rights, including Beijing’s anti-democratic crackdown in Hong Kong, ongoing crimes against genocide and humanity in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, abuse in Tibet, reduced access to the media and freedom of the press. Regarding concerns about Beijing’s actions in cyberspace, the entire Taiwan Strait, the East China Sea and the South China Sea. “
The deputy secretary also filed a case of Americans and Canadians detained or banned from exiting China, reminding Chinese authorities that people were not negotiating tips.
The statement added that Sherman reiterated concerns that China did not want to work with the World Health Organization to allow a second-stage investigation in China on the origin of COVID-19.
“In today’s meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, we talked about sound competition, protection of human rights and democratic values, and US commitment to strengthening the international order based on rules that benefit all of us.” Sherman tweeted.
Sherman also said on Twitter that he had talked with China’s Deputy Foreign Minister Xie Feng on issues important to the United States.
“I discussed with China’s Deputy FM Xie on issues important to the United States, such as the climate crisis, COVID-19, Hong Kong, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, and serious concerns about China’s actions throughout the Taiwan Strait. Partners always support our values. “
Earlier that day, China accused the United States of being a “stalemate” in relations between the two countries and urged the United States to change what it calls “very wrong thinking and dangerous policies.”
The conference also warns China of “malicious cyber activity,” US sanctions against Hong Kong authorities, and mutual warnings, following the United States and its allies (including the European Union, Australia, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Japan). is doing. Chinese sanctions. (ANI)
Sherman meets Chinese Foreign Minister
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