Foreign Ministry replies to Meng Wanzhou Incident: The essence of American behavior is scientific and technological bullying

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 Foreign Ministry replies to Meng Wanzhou Incident: The essence of American behavior is scientific and technological bullying


On January 23, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying held a regular press conference. Faced with foreign medias questions about the Meng Wanzhou incident, Hua Chunying reiterated once again that China has repeatedly expressed its solemn position on the issue of Meng Wanzhou. Hua Chunying said that I would like to emphasize once again that the basis for the extradition proposed by the United States to Canada is that Huawei may violate the U.S. sanctions against Iran. However, Huawei has repeatedly declared that it complies with all applicable laws and regulations of its host country, including those applicable to export control and sanctions by the United Nations, the United States and the European Union. I would like to stress in particular that Chinas opposition to unilateral sanctions imposed by the United States outside the framework of the United Nations Security Council is consistent. The United Statesunilateral sanctions imposed on Iran outside the framework of the United Nations Security Council are not in itself in accordance with international law, and this action has also been opposed by the whole world, including the United States allies. Canada is also opposed to the unilateral sanctions imposed by the United States on Iran under its own domestic laws. You can verify that. Therefore, the so-called Iran Sanctions Act as a reason for the United States to take unreasonable actions against the executives of Chinese companies is not in accordance with international law, nor does it have any legitimate rationality. This behavior is highly political, in essence, a kind of bullying by science and technology, and the political purpose can also be seen very clearly, that is, to use all its poles to suppress Chinas high-tech enterprises and curb Chinas legitimate right to development. I believe that both the insightful and the just people of the international community should express their firm opposition to this. Source: Responsible Editor of China Changan Network: Su Honghun_NBJ9980

On January 23, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying held a regular press conference. Faced with foreign medias questions about the Meng Wanzhou incident, Hua Chunying reiterated once again that China has repeatedly expressed its solemn position on the issue of Meng Wanzhou. Hua Chunying said that I would like to emphasize once again that the basis for the extradition proposed by the United States to Canada is that Huawei may violate the U.S. sanctions against Iran. However, Huawei has repeatedly declared that it complies with all applicable laws and regulations of its host country, including those applicable to export control and sanctions by the United Nations, the United States and the European Union. I would like to stress in particular that Chinas opposition to unilateral sanctions imposed by the United States outside the framework of the United Nations Security Council is consistent. The United Statesunilateral sanctions imposed on Iran outside the framework of the United Nations Security Council are not in itself in accordance with international law, and this action has also been opposed by the whole world, including the United States allies. Canada is also opposed to the unilateral sanctions imposed by the United States on Iran under its own domestic laws. You can verify that. Therefore, the so-called Iran Sanctions Act as a reason for the United States to take unreasonable actions against the executives of Chinese companies is not in accordance with international law, nor does it have any legitimate rationality. This behavior is highly political, in essence, a kind of bullying by science and technology, and the political purpose can also be seen very clearly, that is, to use all its poles to suppress Chinas high-tech enterprises and curb Chinas legitimate right to development. I believe that both the insightful and the just people of the international community should express their firm opposition to this.