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China: For the time being Beijing doesn’t confirm Xi Jinping attending G20 summit – MOFA Spox

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Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) spokesperson Zhao Lijian during press briefing in Beijing on Thursday has not revealed President Xi Jinping plans to attend the G20 summit in Bali

“I don’t have any news to release at present; please keep your attention’ diplomat said.

Zhao Lijian also emphasised the importance of dialogue between Beijing and Washington adding ‘he two sides are currently maintaining communication on this issue’.

“China’s position on US policy is consistent and clear. We are committed to mutual respect, peaceful coexistence and win-win cooperation with the United States while firmly defending our sovereignty, security and development interests,” he stressed.

Chinese MOFA spokesperson condemned Justin Trudeau’s accusations against China of election interference. He claimed the matter to be ‘purely China’s internal affairs and do not allow other countries to tell China what to do’.

“At present, the relationship between China and Canada is at a crossroads, and the key to the course of the relationship between the two countries lies in whether the Canadian side can return to the rational and pragmatic track and treat China objectively and fairly,” Zhao Lijian concluded.

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