Beijing calls on the United States to stop demonizing China | Abroad

Beijing calls on the United States to stop demonizing China |  Abroad

Beijing on Monday urged the United States to stop “demonizing” China. This request came from the Chinese government after a working visit by US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman to the Chinese city of Tianjin.




“We urge the United States to change its most misguided and dangerous policy,” China said in a statement. According to the statement, the United States considers China an “imaginary enemy.”

The Chinese Foreign Ministry believes that there is no longer any movement in the relationship between the two countries and that the relationship is getting into big problems. China was accused last week by the United States, among others, of being responsible for a slew of cyberattacks after thousands of government agencies and companies were hacked through a leak in Microsoft’s email software. China has denied the attacks, saying the United States is the “world’s largest source of cyber attacks”.

Sherman arrived in Tianjin on Sunday. Later this week, she will also meet with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi. Sherman is the second senior official from US President Joe Biden’s government to visit China, after climate envoy John Kerry.

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