2020-11-21

Staged a bitter trick? The Indian merchant ship carrying Australian coal sold badly at the Chinese port. The Chinese side responded

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According to China Youth Daily, an Indian merchant ship was &34;trapped&34; in HebeiJingtang Port lasted for 5 months. The 23 sailors on board were extremely exhausted, and all the materials on board were about to be exhausted. They were about to enter a situation where there was no ammunition and food, and it was worth it. Note that the cargo on board is actually Australian coal!

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staged A bitter trick?

As soon as the news came out, a large number of foreign media rushed to report, among which the Australian and Indian media were the most active. These foreign media described the plight of the ship’s 23 sailors very touchingly, tearing people down, claiming that they are facing a”humanitarian crisis” and need rescue. Those who staged the”bitterness” finally”smeared” China, and the Indian merchant ship was”trapped” in Tanggang, Beijing. The main reason was”China restricts Australian coal imports”.

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India Merchant ships were sold at Chinese ports and the Chinese side responded

With regard to the Indian merchant ships carrying Australian coal at Chinese ports, Wang Wenbin, spokesman of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said:I understand that this bulk carrier has been anchored at the anchorage near Jingtang Port in Hebei Province since June, and China has never restricted its departure . The freighter’s unwillingness to adjust the ship’s operating arrangements due to commercial interests is the real cause of the situation. &34;

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Before this, there were foreign media reporters Raised relevant questions on this matter and quoted a statement issued by the International Transport Workers’ Federation to express concern about the condition of the people on board. Wang Wenbin remained humble and said:&34; The relevant local authorities of the Chinese side have always maintained close communication with the Indian side and responded to the relevant requests of the copier in time. For situations that really need emergency assistance, as long as the relevant application is received, China will implement the assistance as soon as possible on the premise of meeting the epidemic prevention regulations, including providing necessary supplies. &34;

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Australian media proposed to &34;discuss arguments with China&34;

Because China increased tariffs on some items in Australia some time ago, and began to reduce imports of certain products, this time the merchant shipping problem Let Australia think that this is China’s start to”sell” Australia’s coal industry. After that, because the coal was transported by Indian merchant ships, some relevant media said that Australia should work with India to ask China for an account.

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In the general debate of the United Nations General Assembly held last month, Australian politicians uttered wild words in front of representatives of many countries, claiming to support the so-called”new crown pandemic response”, and expressed their radical stance again in an attempt to win over Western countries. However, judging from China’s current series of rectifications, the coal demand in the Chinese market is far less than in the past. Heating projects in many places have begun to switch from coal to more environmentally friendly natural gas. Moreover, the various behaviors of Australia in recent times have fallen short of the previous”trust” of China.

Disclaimer:This article was originally created by”Straits News”, and the pictures are from the Internet. If there is any infringement, please contact us. Reference source for some information:China Youth Network