One of the most tense issues in the international community in the past month was the discovery of several illegal Chinese police stations in various countries around the world. Canada He was one of them and has been one of the most critical of this situation, which is why Xi Jinping and Justin Trudeau had a strange exchange on the subject yesterday afternoon.
According to a small video captured by the media present at the event, the Chinese president can be seen side by side with a pair of Canada to which he harshly referred to his “insincerity” and “inappropriate” behavior due to details of private conversations between the two being leaked to the media. And the leader of the Asian giant said through a translator: “Everything we discussed was published on paper, and this is not appropriate, it is not the way the conversation is conducted.”
“in Canada We believe in frank, free and open dialogue and this is what we will continue to preach. We will continue to work constructively between the two countries, but knowing that there are things we will not agree with, the Prime Minister interrupted him. From American nation who seemed uncomfortable and angry at the exchange, though he shook hands with Xi Jinping and the two continued on their way.
However, after this discussion they had a second conversation where they talked about the situation in Ukraine, in North Korea and the importance of the COP15 Biodiversity Conference. Although it will be led and chaired by China, the host, it will be The nation led by Trudeau Who will put the country down for the restrictive “COVID Zero” policy of the Asian giant.
China denied it was an attack on Trudeau
After the situation went viral, many sectors started to see this as an attack on Canada And Trudeau, because this nation does not have the international weight that the United States and the European Union have. However, it was the same Chinese government that denied this.
“In the video, there was a conversation between the two leaders during the G20, it’s a very normal thing and I don’t think it should be interpreted as an attack or accusation of any kind,” the spokeswoman said. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Asian nation Mao Ning.