World leaders continue to antagonize Xi as he tries to reassert China’s global influence

SINGAPORE, Nov 25 (ANI): President Xi Jinping, who was about to reassert China’s global influence at the G20 summit in Indonesia, was deafened by Western leaders about Taiwan and human rights abuses. tilted.

Xi has become more powerful after being re-elected as China’s president, but he continues to be questioned and criticized by world leaders, the Singapore Post reported.

President Xi met face-to-face with world leaders at the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia. President Xi Jinping said the United States touched on issues affecting the security of allies such as Taiwan and South Korea after he held three-hour talks with U.S. President Joe Biden to defuse tensions. .

Biden said: “We were very candid with each other about where we disagreed.” He said China’s military actions would destabilize the region and undermine global prosperity.

The US raking in Taiwan was not good news for Xi. The US opposes China’s forced annexation because it has fought for Taiwan’s independence, the Singapore Post reported.

Even after Xi adamantly told Biden that the Taiwan issue was the “first red line” that should not be crossed, the US openly questioned China.

Biden also expressed concern about human rights violations in Tibet, Xinjiang and Hong Kong, as well as China’s unfair business practices. Other major world powers have taken similar attitudes toward China, the Singapore Post reported.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told Xi that Canada will continue to express its differences with China on issues during the G20 summit.

As President Xi Jinping expressed frustration over leaks of bilateral talks, Prime Minister Trudeau interrupted him, saying, “In Canada, we believe in free, open and candid dialogue, and that will continue. would,’ he said. Prime Minister Trudeau said Canada was willing to work constructively with China but continued to “disagree” on some issues, the Singapore Post reported.

The Western Bloc was active in highlighting cases of human rights violations in China and cases of Chinese military aggression in its neighborhoods.

China is the largest trading partner for many countries, including New Zealand. Rising tensions in the Taiwan Strait were one of the key issues New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern raised when he met with President Xi during her APEC summit in Bangkok recently. reported the Singapore Post.

President Ardern expressed concern over the difficult situation in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, the South China Sea and Taiwan.

In addition, newly elected British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak also risked a meeting with Xi Jinping to support Taiwan’s independence.

The bilateral meeting between the two leaders, who were on the sidelines of the G20 summit, was reportedly the first in 50 years and claimed Britain would provide military support to Taiwan against a Chinese attack. It was later canceled, Singapore Post reported.

“We are ready to help Taiwan in the same way we stand up to China’s aggression,” Sunak said on the eve of the summit.

Japan also condemns China’s expansionist attitude. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida expressed concern over China’s aggression in Japan’s territorial waters, particularly around the Senkaku Islands, stating, “I reiterated the importance of peace and security in the Taiwan Strait. I conveyed my grave concerns about the situation in the East China Sea. “(Ani) World leaders continue to antagonize Xi as he tries to reassert China’s global influence

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