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US 'ought to be within the dock for breaking worldwide guidelines China

Washington is ?in no place to level fingers? at Beijing, Foreign Ministry official Wang Wenbin has argued

The US has blatantly violated worldwide legislation whereas imposing its personal guidelines upon the world by drive, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin has claimed. The feedback adopted studies that Washington and its allies are planning to make use of an upcoming G7 summit to demand that China “act responsibly.”

During Wang’s common press briefing on Thursday, a journalist with China’s Global Times talked about hypothesis that G7 leaders will ask Beijing “to abide by international rules” once they meet in Japan later this month.

Issuing a prolonged response, Wang started by asserting that “for the overwhelming majority of countries in the world” the time period “international rules” means the essential requirements of relations enshrined within the UN Charter.

“However, when the G7 talk about international rules, they mean the Western rules,” he continued. “Those rules serve the vested interest of very few countries, including the G7, rather than the common interests of the international community.”

While asking China to abide by these guidelines, the US has walked away from 17 worldwide organizations and treaties, “spied indiscriminately” on its allies and enemies alike, “strong-armed countries diplomatically, and applied economic coercion and military interference,” Wang contended.

“The US has blatantly invaded Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria, and other countries that are smaller and weaker than the US, killing and displacing tens of millions of innocent civilians,” the official added. “When it comes to international rules, the US’s place is in the dock. It is in no position to point fingers at other countries.”

It is unclear which report the Global Times journalist was referring to. However, Japan’s Nikkei newspaper reported final week that the G7’s joint communique – often launched following summits – would come with a complete part urging China to “act responsibly” concerning its declare to Taiwan and its relationship with Russia.

The communique’s language will seemingly mirror that of a joint assertion by G7 overseas ministers launched final month. In that assertion, the ministers accused Beijing of human rights violations in Xinjiang and Tibet, denounced its claims within the South China Sea, and demanded that it act “as a responsible member of the international community.”

Chinese officers have repeatedly dismissed such messages from the West, and Wang has beforehand declared that Beijing is not going to take heed to accusations from a rustic that commits “war crimes and crimes against humanity.”