The United States listed six Chinese media agencies in the United States as foreign missions

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 The United States listed six Chinese media agencies in the United States as foreign missions


Chinas Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on June 23 that this is another example of the US sides naked political suppression of Chinese media, which will further seriously interfere with the normal reporting activities of Chinese media in the United States, and further expose the hypocrisy of the so-called freedom of the press and speech advocated by the United States.

Previously, it was reported that China took reciprocal countermeasures against the US sides crackdown on Chinese media

Beijing, July 1 (reporter Wang Xiaobo) - Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian announced Chinas Countervailing Measures against the recent increase of four Chinese media as foreign missions by the United States. He asked the United News Agency (AP), the United States International News Agency (UPI), Columbia Broadcasting Corporation (CBS) and national public broadcasting station (NPR) of the United States within 7 days The Chinese side shall declare the written materials of all staff, finance, operation and real estate information owned by the Chinese side within the territory of China.

Zhao Lijian said at a regular press conference that day that in recent years, the U.S. government has set unreasonable restrictions on the normal news reporting activities of Chinese media organizations and personnel in the United States, and has continuously upgraded its discrimination against and political repression of Chinese media. On February 18, 2020, the U.S. side listed five Chinese media agencies in the United States, namely, Xinhua news agency, China Dailys U.S. distribution company, China International Television Station (cgtn), China International Radio Station (CRI), and the U.S. general agent of the overseas edition of peoples daily (Haitian development Co., Ltd.), as foreign missions. On March 18, the Chinese side has asked the voice of America, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the time magazine and the Washington Post, to report to the Information Department of the Ministry of foreign affairs written materials on all staff, financial, operational and real estate information they own in China.

Zhao Lijian said that on June 22, the United States once again announced that it would increase the management of four Chinese media, namely CCTV peoples daily, global times and China News Agency as foreign missions.. As a counter measure to the above actions of the US side, China announced that it would require AP, UPI, CBS and NPR to declare to China within 7 days from now the written materials of all staff, finance, operation and real estate information owned in China.

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The United States listed six Chinese media as foreign missions