Xi Jinping, the President of China, confronted Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Prime Minister, at the G20 summit in Bali, on Thursday. But the Chinese Foreign Ministry denied the allegation that the Chinese President was not criticizing Justin Trudeau.
Mao Ning, the Foreign Ministry Spokesperson of China, told in the media that Beijing upholds having honest trades for however long they are hung on an equivalent premise and said China trusts Canada will make a move to work on respective ties.
Ignoring the allegation about Xi Jinping, Mao said, “The Video you mentioned was indeed a short conversation both leaders held during the G20 Summit. I don’t think it should be interpreted as Chairman Xi criticizing or Accusing Anyone.”
Mao Ning didn’t respond to an inquiry from Reuters on why this short trade was set up on Wednesday and what Xi meant by saying that it was not appropriate and they did not do it that way.
Xi Jinping’s disappointment may be because the media reports, referring to government sources, that Trudeau raised serious worries about supposed surveillance and Chinese impedance in Canadian decisions while meeting with Xi on Tuesday. Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau’s first discussions with the Chinese forerunner in over three years.