Trudeau said he would never regret the arrest of Meng Wanzhou, Zhao Lijian’s soul answered three questions
On November 20, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian presided over a regular press conference.
Beijing Daily’s client reporter asked a question. According to reports, on the 19th, Canadian Prime Minister Trudo was participating in APEC During the business leaders’ dialogue, he was asked whether he regretted the arrest of Meng Wanzhou by the Canadian border agency. He responded:“Canada has complied with the long-term extradition treaty with our closest ally. Should I regret this? No.” Does China have any comment on this?
Zhao Lijian’s data map
Zhao Lijian said that Canada should also answer a few of my questions–
When Canadian leaders make the above statement, they need to think After thinking about it, why is Canada the only country that abides by the extradition treaty with the United States in this matter?
The United States has extradition treaties with many countries. Does it mean that other countries that have signed extradition treaties with the United States do not comply with their treaty obligations? Obviously not.
Then why didn’t they do it like Canada? This is because they do not want to get involved in this dirty conspiracy of the United States, and they do not want to satisfy the selfish interests of the United States at the expense of the interests of their own people.
Zhao Lijian pointed out that China’s position on the Meng Wanzhou incident is clear and firm. It must be emphasized that in the face of the disclosed facts and numerous doubts, no matter how the Canadian government conceals the truth and misleads the public, it will never change the political nature of the Meng Wanzhou incident, nor will it change the Canadian government’s role as the United States in this incident. The disgraceful roles of accomplice and pawn.
Zhao Lijian said that we have also noticed that more and more people of insight in Canada are publicly requesting the Canadian government to make independent decisions to release Meng Wanzhou. Among them are dignitaries, lawyers, judges and former diplomats. Wait. We urge Canadian leaders to listen to their voices of justice and reason.
Source:Beijing Daily Client
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