Zhao Lijian: I would like to ask the Foreign Minister of Lithuania, what are you doing in the United States now?


2021-11-25: [Article Link] This (25th) afternoon, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs held a regular press conference. A reporter asked: According to reports, after China indicated that it would take all necessary measures to respond to Lithuania's approval of the establishment of the so-called "Taiwan Representative Office in Lithuania" by the Taiwan authorities, the Minister of Economy and Innovation revealed, stand with the United States signed a 0.6 billion billion dollars of export credit agreement. The media commented that Li angered China because of Taiwan-related issues, but it is expected to gain trade support from the United States. What is China's comment on this? In this regard, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said that behind Lithuania's provocative acts, some people are supporting and cheering, and they are premeditated. The international community has seen it clearly. What I want to emphasize is that Lithuania does not hesitate to use the "name" in exchange for loans to damage China's sovereignty. This kind of transaction is immoral and dangerous. Lithuania will eventually pay the price for this by treachery, disregarding China's solemn representations and international justice and justice. In order to achieve its own political goals, the United States does not hesitate to intimidate other countries to act as cannon fodder. This is by no means a responsible country, and it will only harm others and itself. A reporter asked: The Lithuanian Foreign Minister said that the biggest "experience" learned by Lithuania is economic oppression, which does not mean giving up independent foreign policy decisions. In the short term, Lithuania will be very painful, but Lithuania will provide countries with a model of how to withstand this pressure. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian responded that there is only one result of treachery and one mistake, that is, to take the blame and swallow the bitter fruit. If, as the Lithuanian Foreign Minister said, the Lithuanian government can still make independent decisions on foreign policy, I would like to ask the Lithuanian Foreign Minister, what is he doing in the United States now?


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Zhao Lijian: I would like to ask the Foreign Minister of Lithuania, what are you doing in the United States now?


2021-11-25: [Article Link] This (25th) afternoon, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs held a regular press conference. A reporter asked: According to reports, after China indicated that it would take all necessary measures to respond to Lithuania's approval of the establishment of the so-called "Taiwan Representative Office in Lithuania" by the Taiwan authorities, the Minister of Economy and Innovation revealed, stand with the United States signed a 0.6 billion billion dollars of export credit agreement. The media commented that Li angered China because of Taiwan-related issues, but it is expected to gain trade support from the United States. What is China's comment on this? In this regard, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said that behind Lithuania's provocative acts, some people are supporting and cheering, and they are premeditated. The international community has seen it clearly. What I want to emphasize is that Lithuania does not hesitate to use the "name" in exchange for loans to damage China's sovereignty. This kind of transaction is immoral and dangerous. Lithuania will eventually pay the price for this by treachery, disregarding China's solemn representations and international justice and justice. In order to achieve its own political goals, the United States does not hesitate to intimidate other countries to act as cannon fodder. This is by no means a responsible country, and it will only harm others and itself. A reporter asked: The Lithuanian Foreign Minister said that the biggest "experience" learned by Lithuania is economic oppression, which does not mean giving up independent foreign policy decisions. In the short term, Lithuania will be very painful, but Lithuania will provide countries with a model of how to withstand this pressure. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian responded that there is only one result of treachery and one mistake, that is, to take the blame and swallow the bitter fruit. If, as the Lithuanian Foreign Minister said, the Lithuanian government can still make independent decisions on foreign policy, I would like to ask the Lithuanian Foreign Minister, what is he doing in the United States now?


Note: This is a translated version of the Chinese news media article. A mature and nuanced reading is suggested.