China condemns US dissemination of baseless misinformation

(MENAFN) China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Lin Jian, delivered a robust response on Thursday, vehemently opposing what he described as the United States' persistent dissemination of baseless misinformation regarding Russia's purported "defense industrial base fueled by China." Lin's remarks were prompted by U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken's recent accusation during the 2024 NATO Public Forum.

During a regular press briefing, Lin expressed China's strong dissatisfaction and firm opposition to the allegations made by the U.S. He characterized the remarks as erroneous and emphasized China's stance against the ongoing spread of such false information.

The exchange underscores deep-seated tensions and diplomatic disagreements between China and the United States, particularly on matters related to international security and defense involving Russia. It also highlights China's commitment to countering what it perceives as misleading narratives aimed at undermining its international standing.

Lin's statement reflects China's assertive posture in international diplomacy, defending its interests and challenging assertions it deems detrimental to its reputation and strategic partnerships. The response underscores the complexity of global geopolitics, where narratives and perceptions play a crucial role in shaping international relations and alliances.



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