Increased Ambassadors Complain to America: Your demands cost us

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 Increased Ambassadors Complain to America: Your demands cost us


Canadian Ambassador to the United States McNaughton recently revealed to the media that the United States will formally propose the extradition of Meng Wanzhou to Canada. On the same occasion, however, he complained about the United States.

According to the Canadian Globe and Mail local time on the 21st, McNaughton said in an interview that the Canadian side was very dissatisfied that Canadian citizens were punished, the United States is the strong demand for law enforcement, but it is us who paid the price.

In response to the issue that the United States will formally propose the extradition of Meng Wanzhou to Canada, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying pointed out at a press conference on January 22 that China had repeatedly expressed its solemn position on the matter. Anyone with normal judgment can see that the Bangladesh Evening Boat case is not an ordinary judicial case. The Canadian side arbitrarily abuses the bilateral extradition treaty between Canada and the United States, which constitutes a serious violation of the security and legitimate rights and interests of Chinese citizens.

Hua Chunying stressed that we urge the Canadian side to release Ms. Meng Wangzhou immediately and effectively safeguard her legitimate rights and interests. We also strongly urge the United States to correct its mistakes immediately, to revoke the arrest warrant for Meng Wanzhou and not to submit formal extradition requests to Canada.

On December 1 last year, Canada illegally arrested Meng Wanzhou at the request of the United States and approved his bail on December 11. The deadline for the U.S. to apply for extradition is January 30, 60 days after Mengs arrest in Vancouver on December 1.

Source: Responsible Editor of Observer Network: Qian Mingxiao_NBJ10675