The Chinese Foreign Ministry was outraged by the content of the joint statement of the G7 on the country

Beijing strongly protests the content of the joint statement of the countries of the “Big Seven” (G7), concerning the internal affairs of the country. This is stated in a statement on the website of the Chinese Foreign Ministry.

The G7 summit is taking place on Saturday in Hiroshima, Japan. The joint statement of the participants refers to the concern about human rights violations in China. The G7 countries called on Beijing to fulfill the obligations enshrined in the Sino-British Declaration and the Basic Law of Hong Kong.

This caused a sharply negative reaction in the Chinese Foreign Ministry – they demanded that the G7 not tell Beijing and not interfere in its internal affairs.

“The affairs of Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Tibet are purely internal affairs of the PRC, and Beijing strongly opposes any interference by external forces under the guise of “human rights,” the Chinese foreign ministry said in a statement.

Diplomats advised the G-7 to “think deeply about their own history and human rights violations.”

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