China raged on the G-7 group, said - at first did not say anything to America, now the hypocrisy and ugly face of these countries has come to the fore

China raged on the G-7 group, said - at first did not say anything to America, now the hypocrisy and ugly face of these countries has come to the fore

In the midst of tensions with Taiwan and America, China has flared up on the G-7 group and is slandering it. Apart from the US, the G-7 group includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the UK. Liu Xiaoming, a Chinese diplomat and former Chinese ambassador to Britain, has said that more than a hundred countries recognized the importance of the One China policy immediately after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan. insisted on maintaining and supporting China's efforts to uphold the sovereignty and territorial integrity. Saying this, Liu attacked the countries of the G-7 group.

"If the G-7 countries really care about peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait, they should have urged the US not to commit dangerous, reckless, and irresponsible provocations against China," Liu said. Before Pelosi's visit, these countries became mute and did not utter a word. Now, however, they have become vocal and are blaming China's justified response irresponsibly, this explains everything about their hypocrisy and ugly face.

That's why China is attacking Japan

Let us tell you that Japan is also included in the G-7 group. Due to anger from Japan, five of the ballistic missiles that China had launched in the name of maneuver on Thursday are being claimed to have fallen in Japanese territory. Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's statement regarding the Chinese missile has also come to the fore. Kishida has strongly objected, saying that Chinese missiles are a serious problem for Japan's national security and its people. Japan is supporting Taiwan and today US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi once again attacked China after reaching Japan due to her Asia visit. He said that the US would never allow China to isolate Taiwan.

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