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The G7 condemned China and called for a new inquiry into the origin of the Govt-19

Picture of the G7 Leaders Meeting in Corbis Bay, England. June 13, 2021. REUTERS / Bill Noble / Pool

A group of seven leaders on Sunday condemned China for its human rights record, calling on Hong Kong to maintain a high profile. Autonomy and demanded a thorough and thorough investigation into the origin of the corona virus.

After discussing how to achieve a unified position on China, the leaders released a very important final statement that explored some of the most important issues for Beijing, such as Taiwan.

The resurgence of China as a leading world power is considered one of the most important geopolitical events in recent times., With the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, ended the Cold War.

China’s rise worries US: President Joe Biden sees China as his main strategic rival He also vowed to confront their “economic violations” and combat human rights abuses.

“We will promote our values ​​and even call on China to respect human rights and fundamental freedoms, especially Xinjiang and those rights, freedoms and the greater degree of autonomy for Hong Kong enshrined in the Sino-British Joint Declaration,” the G7 said. …

We call for a phase 2 study in China convened by the WHO on the emergence of timely, transparent, expert-led and scientifically based COVID-19, as recommended by experts.He added.

The G7 “underscores the importance of peace and stability throughout the Taiwan Strait and promotes a peaceful solution to the problems of cross-diabetes.”

We are deeply concerned about the situation in the East and South China Seas and strongly oppose any unilateral attempt to change the situation and increase tensions.He added.

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With Reuters information

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