China Changan Network, March 4, correspondent learned from relevant departments today that important progress has been made in the investigation of the theft and spying of state secrets and intelligence cases by Michael John Kovrig, a Canadian national. Since 2017, Kang Mingkai has frequently entered China with ordinary passports and business visas, stealing and probing sensitive information and information from Chinese relatives. Spavor Michael Peter Todd is an important intelligence agent of Cummingkai, who provides information to Cummingkai. Kangs actions, suspected of stealing and spying on state secrets and intelligence abroad, have seriously violated Chinese law. Relevant departments stressed that China is a country ruled by law and will resolutely crack down on illegal and criminal activities that seriously endanger national security. At the same time, it will handle cases in strict accordance with the law and in a civilized manner, fully safeguard the legitimate rights of Kang Mingkai and Michael, and arrange consular visits in accordance with the law. The case handling department will start the next judicial procedure in time according to the case handling situation.
Canadian citizen Cummingkain was suspected of engaging in activities endangering Chinas national security. On December 10, 2018, he was examined by the Beijing National Security Bureau according to law.
Canadian citizen Michael, suspected of engaging in activities endangering Chinas national security, was examined by the Dandong National Security Bureau of Liaoning Province on December 10, 2018.
Another Canadian citizen was censored in China on suspicion of endangering national security
According to Northeast News, Canadian citizen Michael, whose English name is Spavor Michael Peter Todd, was examined by the Dandong State Security Bureau of Liaoning Province on December 10, 2018 for suspected activities that endanger Chinas national security. At present, the case is under trial.
Foreign Media: Former Canadian diplomat Cummingkai was detained in China
Michael Kovrig, a senior adviser to Northeast Asia and former Canadian diplomat, has been detained by the Chinese government, the International Crisis Group said Tuesday (11), Reuters reported.