Beijing: China reacts to the disappearance of Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai. China has accused some people of raising the issue of Peng Shuai with malicious intent.
‘Some are not only politicizing the issue, but deliberately and maliciously propagating it. I think this should end, “said Shao Lijian, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman.
Peng Shuai, who disappeared after sexually harassing Shang Gaoli, a prominent leader and deputy prime minister of the Chinese Communist Party, appeared in Beijing yesterday.
The Chinese media has released a new picture of him eating with his coach and friends. Peng Shuai’s disappearance has garnered huge media and international attention.
The video of them participating in the opening ceremony of the teenage tennis match final in Beijing on Sunday morning has been officially released. Earlier this month, Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai leveled sexual allegations against Shang Gaoli, a prominent leader and deputy prime minister of the Chinese Communist Party.
After this, the outside world did not see Peng Shui. The tennis world shared great concerns about their safety and whereabouts. Steve Simon, chairwoman of the Women’s Tennis Association, shared her concerns about Peng’s safety. Steve said he was “deeply concerned” about Peng’s allegations after they came out. Shui Gawoli was accused in a lengthy post on the webbo, which is used in China like Twitter.
The post was in the form of a letter to Gavoli. In the note, she alleged that Gavoli had been in a relationship with her for ten years and that she had forced him to have sex with her. However, within 30 minutes of Shui’s accusation, the post disappeared from Vibibo. Removed screen shots from all social media. Peng Shui is the Wimbledon and French Open doubles champion.
Evidence sought by China on Peng Shui security The United Nations and the United States came to the fore. China’s response to the disappearance has been mixed. The United States has said it has no obligation to convince the world that ping pong is safe. According to a spokesman for the Office of Human Rights. The U.S. should investigate the allegations made by Peng in more detail. I do not know.