China lashed out at the constituent countries of the G7: “The era when a few countries dominate global decision-making is over.” Form an anti-China group, Including through a major infrastructure project Support developing countries.
Since 2013, China has carried out various infrastructure projects worldwide, such as the construction of ports and railways in Africa. The plan is called the New Silk Road. This means that China mainly buys influence in countries rich in raw materials. The G7 now wants to refute this, although the details of the plan are unclear.
China responded succinctly: “We believe that all countries, big or small, strong or weak, rich or poor, are equal, and the world’s affairs should be resolved through consultation with all countries.”
Today is the closing day of the Cornwall Group of Seven Summit, and the seven major industrialized countries (the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, and Japan) will gather together. It is expected that China’s actions will be mentioned again in the final statement. US President Joe Biden also hopes to issue a joint statement opposing China’s treatment of Uighurs and other Chinese minorities.