April 13, 2021


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In the face of challenges to China-EU relations, Chin Ping told Merkel

Chinese President Xi Jinping has said that China’s relations with the European Union (EU) have been challenged in recent times due to disputes over various issues.

Hopefully, the EU will consider each issue “independently” to move bilateral relations forward.

Xi Jinping spoke by telephone with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday. This time he made such remarks to Merkel. A statement from the Chinese government said the information was provided by Reuters.

In a telephone conversation, Xi also said that China and the EU should show respect to each other and the two sides should work together to reduce the incidence of interference in any issue. The two leaders also spoke about ensuring a fair and reasonable distribution of corona vaccines and taking a stand against vaccine nationalism, the statement said.

Three decades later, China is facing EU sanctions
Three decades later, China is facing EU sanctions
German government spokesman Ulrich Demir said Angela Merkel and Xi Jinping had discussed global initiatives to produce and distribute the Covid-19 vaccine. They also talked about economic cooperation and preventing climate change. The two leaders agreed to hold talks at the level of government consultations later this month to strengthen the Sino-German bilateral alliance.

Last month, for the first time in more than three decades, the EU imposed sanctions on Chinese officials. The European Union (EU) has imposed sanctions on the Uighur Muslim community in Xinjiang for alleged human rights abuses. The last time the EU imposed sanctions on China was in 1979. At the time, the EU imposed an arms embargo on protesting students in Tiananmen Square in protest of the Chinese military’s crackdown and killings.

China’s Patkel in response to the bricks of the West
China’s Patkel in response to the bricks of the West
However, China has denied allegations of persecution of Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang. However, Beijing has imposed counter-sanctions on EU lawmakers. The United States, the United Kingdom and Canada have imposed sanctions on China as well as the EU over the Xinjiang issue.