Who gave the courage? U.S. launches visa”war” against China, Trump tragedies, don’t blame China for being polite
Since Trump became the president of the United States, Washington’s suppression of China has continued to increase. On the one hand, American politicians led by Trump have frequently created various so-called “China threat theories” against China. Carrying out slandering attacks, on the other hand, US warships have repeatedly arrived in the South China Sea and the Taiwan Strait to carry out military provocations against China. However, the Washington authorities feel that this is not enough. Just recently, the United States has waged a visa war against China.
According to the report of the US Fox Television Station, the US State Department announced on June 26 local time because China’s mandatory implementation of the National Security Law in Hong Kong has seriously trampled on the “democracy” and “freedom” of Hong Kong. The US will impose visa restrictions on some Chinese officials. According to a report in the US “Washington Post”, US Secretary of State Pompeo claimed that day The US imposed visa restrictions on Chinese officials to honor President Trump’s promise to punish these Chinese officials. According to the Associated Press report, just a few days before the visa war against China, the United States also launched a new round of media war against China. It is reported that the US State Department announced on June 22 local time that it would The agencies in China of China News Service, People’s Daily and Global Times are listed as “foreign missions”. Prior to February 2020, the White House of the United States decided to list five Chinese mainstream media agencies in the United States, including China Radio International, China Daily, China International TV News Channel, and Xinhua News Agency, as”foreign missions” and restrict them. Its news business in the United States.
For this time the United States launched a visa war against China under the pretext of Hong Kong’s National Security Act, China The Ministry of Foreign Affairs quickly responded. According to Xinhua News Agency, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said at a regular press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on June 29 that the issue of Hong Kong’s national security legislation is purely China’s internal affairs, and no foreign country has the right to interfere. The Chinese government’s determination to safeguard national sovereignty, security, and development interests is unswerving, its determination to implement the principle of”one country, two systems,” and its determination to oppose any external forces’ interference in Hong Kong affairs is unswerving. The United States’ attempts to obstruct China’s advancement of Hong Kong’s national security legislation through so-called sanctions will never succeed.
According to the news of CCTV News, Zhao Li China has decided to impose visa restrictions on US personnel who perform badly on issues involving Hong Kong.