China lashes out at Lithuania over opening of embassy in Taiwan: Ambassador recalled

by time news

BEIJING: China has downgraded relations with Lithuania as it opened a delegation office for diplomatic missions in Taiwan. Taiwan became a separate country after the 1949 civil war. China does not accept it. President Jinping’s recent announcement that he would reunite Taiwan with China has heightened tensions. In this context, Lithuania, a member of the European Union, opened its embassy in Taiwan last Thursday. This has greatly provoked China. In response, China has downgraded its relationship with Lithuania.

Lithuania’s embassy in China can no longer function without its ambassador. Similarly, China has recalled its ambassador to Lithuania. A statement from the Chinese Foreign Ministry said, “Lithuania has set a bad example internationally by interfering in China’s internal affairs. No matter what Taiwan does, it will not change that it is a part of China. ‘ Only 15 small countries have diplomatic relations with Taiwan. It is noteworthy that the United States supports this move by Lithuania.

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China’s Peng Shai, 35, a former world number one in the tennis doubles, has accused a powerful former deputy prime minister of the Communist Party of China of sexual misconduct a few weeks ago. After that, Shay suddenly fainted. This caused a great stir in China. The nations of the world suspected that he might have been abducted and killed. In this case, the tennis court in Beijing shows the children autographing Shay and going out to dine with friends and coach. However, the Women’s Tennis Association says the videos alone are not enough to ensure Shain’s safety.


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