China’s report accuses the United States of causing humanitarian disasters


Beijing (AP) — China said in its latest Broadside Friday report by Beijing that it caused humanitarian disasters through foreign military intervention as relations with the Biden administration were increasingly controversial. Blame.

The government-sponsored Chinese Human Rights Research Association reports that the foreign war initiated “under the banner of’humanitarian intervention'” not only claimed many military lives to belligerents, but was also very significant. Caused serious civilian casualties, leading to property damage and horrific humanitarian disasters. “

“US selfishness and hypocrisy were also fully exposed through these foreign wars,” a report citing a list of what is called a US aggression, from the 1947 intervention in Greece to opposition to the Venezuelan government. Said. 2019. He cited conflicts in South Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria as major US wars.

“Choosing to use force regardless of the outcome reveals the hegemonic desire of the United States,” the report said. “Only by abandoning hegemonic thinking, which is motivated primarily by self-interest, can humanitarian intervention be prevented from becoming a humanitarian disaster.”

Relations between Washington and Beijing were difficult over US support for Taiwan and sanctions on Chinese police, including Hong Kong and the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. China’s claims in the South China Sea and the United States are calling for more candidness from Beijing about the origin of the coronavirus pandemic, further shaking relations.

Despite expectations for a change in US-China relations, these issues haven’t changed much since Biden replaced his predecessor Donald Trump. Meanwhile, Congress is preparing to enact new legislation that emphasizes competition with Beijing in diplomacy, trade and other areas.

State Department spokesman Ned Price was asked about the pending bill on Thursday, saying, “There is considerable bipartisan agreement on how and how to approach the Beijing government. I am reassured that. “

Through criticism of Beijing’s human rights records, China counterattacked criticisms of US and other officials and a visa ban.

Chinese officials said last month to US Secretary of Defense Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin against Chinese and Hong Kong officials who were held responsible for the crackdown in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and the former British colony. He made an unusually sharp statement in response to US sanctions. Beijing has rounded up opposition numbers and has significantly reduced civil liberties.

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