China claims that the United States is not clamping down on “anti-China thugs” outside its embassy – The Chinese Communist Party demands that the United States take steps to end the continuous demonstrations outside the embassy.
State media in China have complained about harassment outside the country’s embassy in the United States, stating that the government must intervene to defuse the situation.
A spokeswoman for the Chinese Embassy responded to CGTN’s query on the situation by referring to the protesters as “anti-China thugs.”
“Over a long length of time, anti-China forces aided and coordinated anti-China thugs who harassed the Chinese Embassy in the United States at numerous places,” the Chinese Embassy’s spokeswoman stated. “They have consistently and in large numbers attacked China and the Chinese Communist Party, insulted and intimidated Embassy personnel, fabricated and propagated falsehoods, and even resorted to violence.”
The statement said, “Their acts have severely harmed the image and dignity of China, greatly disrupted the regular running of the Embassy, and constituted grave concerns to the safety of Embassy personnel.”
In their criticisms of foreign opinion on China, Chinese authorities have repeatedly used offensive and insulting words.
For the “dignity” and “safety” of the workers, the embassy spokeswoman then demanded that the United States take legal action against protesters.
“The Chinese side has repeatedly made harsh representations to the American side. But these anti-China militants have become much more reckless and have not been stopped “The representative said. “The Chinese side requests that the American side execute the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations in good faith and take adequate steps to preserve the dignity and safety of the Chinese Embassy and its personnel.”
Since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s travel to the island of Taiwan, tensions between China and the United States have risen.\
On the one-year anniversary of the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan, the Chinese government, through its Foreign Ministry Department and state-run media, lauded the Taliban for giving “greater security” to Afghans while criticizing the United States.
On the one-year anniversary of the Taliban’s official takeover of Afghanistan following the United States’ chaotic and bloody withdrawal, the Chinese government-run news outlet Global Times published the following headline: “Afghans enjoy greater security under Taliban rule, but economic and social governance challenges persist.”
In addition, the report asserts that the nation has seen a “decrease in violence” since the power transfer last year, which has “enabled Kabul to preserve the fundamental functioning of urban life.”
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