Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning, at his regular press conference in Beijing, stated that Sun’s meeting with Tarumi made defamatory and offensive statements against China at the summit and conveyed his country’s “deep discomfort and protest”.
Expressing that the statements at the summit harmed China’s sovereignty, security and development interests, Sun argued that the Tokyo administration was in cooperation with these actions as the host.
Emphasizing that the Taiwan issue is China’s main interest and that the “red line” on this issue should not be crossed, Sun said, “The problems related to Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Tibet are purely China’s “internal affairs”, that no foreign power can interfere at random or make irresponsible statements. expressed.
According to the news of the Japanese agency Kyodo, Ambassador Tarumi stated that the G7 will continue to express their common concerns as long as China does not change its stance. said.
In the joint statement they published at the summit, the G7 countries stated that they opposed unilateral attempts to change the status quo in Taiwan, which is in a sovereignty conflict with China, and stated that China’s nuclear weapons increase, sovereignty problems in the East and South China Sea, Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Tibet. He expressed his concerns about the violations of rights in the country.