Top Chinese Diplomat Sends Warning To Biden

Chi­nese For­eign Min­is­ter Wang Yi said Sun­day that the U.S. needs to remove “unrea­son­able restric­tions” for the two coun­tries’ rela­tion­ship to move for­ward under Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s administration.

Wang’s remarks come as ten­sions between the U.S. and Chi­na have esca­lat­ed in the last few years under for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump, whose term end­ed in Jan­u­ary. So far, the Biden admin­is­tra­tion has main­tained a tough posi­tion on Chi­na — call­ing the coun­try a more assertive “com­peti­tor” — and raised con­cerns about Beijing’s stance around Tai­wan, Hong Kong, Xin­jiang and Tibet.

China’s cen­tral gov­ern­ment con­sid­ers those issues part of its domes­tic matters.

“Speak­ing of China‑U.S. rela­tions, I believe first of all both sides need to abide by the prin­ci­ple of non-inter­fer­ence in each oth­ers’ inter­nal affairs,” Wang said. That’s accord­ing to an offi­cial Eng­lish trans­la­tion of his Man­darin-lan­guage remarks at a press con­fer­ence held along­side the “Two Ses­sions” annu­al par­lia­men­tary meet­ing in Bei­jing, the country’s biggest polit­i­cal event of the year.


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