The Ministry of Foreign Affairs urges the U.S. to stop interfering with normal cooperation

2021-09-15: [Original Article Link].

According to reports, 177 Stanford University faculty and staff recently jointly sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Justice, criticizing the Trump administration in 2018 launched the "China Action Plan" seriously deviated from the established goals, undermining the competitiveness of the United States, and inciting racial discrimination. In this regard, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said at a regular press conference on September 14 that the media has been exposed that the so-called "China Action Plan" first set up targets for handling cases and then investigate cases, such a disregard for judicial justice will only cause unjust, false and wrong cases. The letter from the U.S. University Staff Union has once again proved that more and more people in the United States have realized that this so-called "China Action Plan" is essentially the abuse of the concept of national security by anti-China forces in the United States, A tool for curbing and suppressing China. This plan not only has a serious impact on Sino-US relations, but also aggravates racial discrimination in the United States and causes serious harm to Asian American groups. "We urge the US to listen to the voice of justice from all walks of life in the United States, earnestly correct its mistakes, and stop interfering with the normal exchanges and cooperation between China and the United States in the fields of science and technology and humanities." He said. (Reporter Chengxin, Ma Zhuoyan)

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