Beijing condemned the rupture of two agreements signed between Canberra and Victoria, Australia within the framework of the “Silk Road”.
Which part of the Australian economy would anger Beijing? After barley, beef or wine, which products will be blocked at the Chinese border? These are the consequences that Australia is worried about. Australia terminated the two agreements signed by Victoria on Wednesday, April 21, to join China’s “New Silk Road” project. “This is a serious attack on China-Australia relations and mutual trust between the two countries.” On Thursday condemned Wang Wenbin, spokesman for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. China urges Australia to correct its mistakes immediately (…). Otherwise, China will definitely respond firmly and forcefully.. »
Since Australia decided to ban Chinese equipment manufacturer Huawei from entering its 5G market in August 2018, the bilateral relationship between the two countries has been strongly impacted. This bilateral relationship has entered an ice age.She can sink in now “abyss”, Warning, Thursday, daily “Global Times” The militant megaphone of the CCP. Since April 2020, Canberra is committed to conducting an international investigation into the origin of the Covid-19 pandemic. The People’s Republic of China has taken retaliatory measures against twelve Australian products with a total value of approximately 13 billion euros. In the face of attacks from major trading partners, the country’s economy has shown resilience.
As early as November 2020, the Chinese Embassy in Canberra relayed a list of 14 complaints against the alleged Australian authorities to the media. Beijing had warned to revoke these agreements. “Toxic bilateral relations.” Among these: “The latest legislation (…) Targeting China, and intends to use torpedoes to attack Victoria to participate in the “New Silk Road”. “ The document mentions a law that was passed in December 2020, authorizing the federal government to revoke agreements found between the Australian state and a third country that violate the national interest. According to the Constitution, the federal government is responsible for foreign affairs and national defense. “In Australia’s relationship with the rest of the world, we must speak with one voice and work on an airplane, which is vital.” Then explained the Conservative Prime Minister Scott Morrison (Scott Morrison). On Wednesday, executives withdrew four of more than 1,000 agreements. The first two have been concluded with Iran and Syria. The other two are with China.
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