G7 world leaders group photo

China objects to G7 nations statement

G7 world leaders group photo

As a result of the Hiroshima joint statement, in which G7 nations expressed rising concerns about China’s coercive measures over Taiwan, East and South China seas, and accused China of brazen involvement in its internal affairs, China has raised diplomatic protests with the G7 nations.

At the G7 conference in Hiroshima, China was a focal point of discussion.

The Group of Seven (G7) consists of the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, and Japan; they are the world’s wealthiest democracies.

They expressed significant worries over China’s aggressive approaches to Taiwan, the East and South China seas, and other issues, and they also expressed a desire to create constructive and stable relations with Beijing.

In a historic joint declaration on Saturday, they underscored the need to collaborate with the world’s second-largest economy while simultaneously placing an emphasis on combatting its negative practises and pressure.

In addition, the G7 leaders raised concerns about human rights in China, specifically in Tibet, Hong Kong, and Xinjiang, where they claim Beijing is holding thousands of Uygur Muslims in labour camps against their will.






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