Australian officials accuse China of cyberattacks on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Do not splash dirty water

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 Australian officials accuse China of cyberattacks on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Do not splash dirty water


At a regular press conference of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs today (October 11), some journalists asked about Australian officials accusing China of cyber attacks.

In response, spokesman Geng Shuang said: The Chinese government has always developed relations with other countries on the basis of mutual respect for the principles of non-interference in internal affairs. We are never and never interested in interfering in the internal affairs of other countries. As for the cyber attacks mentioned by the Australian side, I reiterate that the Chinese government firmly opposes and cracks down on any form of cyber attacks in accordance with the law. At the same time, we urge some people not to spill dirty water on China in any event. Finally, I would like to emphasize that a healthy and stable Sino-Australian relationship is in the common interest of the two countries and their peoples. We hope that relevant people on the Australian side can abandon the Cold War mentality, take off their tinted glasses and do more things conducive to China Australia relations and mutual trust between the two sides.

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