So, on Saturday, Hua Chunying on his Twitter page (blocked in the Russian Federation) posted a screenshot of a Bloomberg article with the headline “China better listen to what Blinken says.” In addition, the agency also stated in the material that “RPC believes that its brave pilots and ship captains can scare US troops off its shores with risky maneuvers, but China will not like what happens if they go too far.”
In the screenshot caption, Hua Chunying noted that “for many Chinese readers, this article is blackmail.” “The author, the publisher may need history and geography lessons,” added the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman.
The diplomat also stressed that in case “an unexpected military conflict arises between China and the United States, it will not be caused by the provocative actions of the Chinese side, which will send warships and planes to Los Angeles or other California.” costs”.
As Hua Chunying stressed, “rather, (the military conflict) will be caused by US warships and aircraft near China’s territory.”
“In relations with a country the size of China, the main rule is mutual respect,” summed up the official representative of the Chinese Foreign Ministry.
It was previously reported that US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken arrived in Beijing early Sunday on a diplomatic mission to try to defuse explosive US-China tensions. He is scheduled to begin two days of talks with senior Chinese officials this afternoon.