U.S. is trouble maker in China-Canada relationship, Chinese envoy to Canada says
The US is utilizing the instance of a senior Chinese telecoms executive who was captured in Vancouver on a U.S. warrant year and a half prior to make rubbing among China and Canada, China's envoy to Canada said on Thursday.
"The U.S. has been exploiting Canada, and the U.S. is the difficulty creator of China-Canada relations," the Chinese agent to Ottawa, Cong Peiwu, told Reuters in a phone meeting.
Huawei Innovations Co's CFO Meng Wanzhou, a Chinese resident and girl of Huawei's extremely rich person originator Ren Zhengfei, was captured on a bank misrepresentation warrant gave by U.S. specialists. Meng says she is blameless.
Asked whether he thought Canada's legal executive was autonomous, Cong highlighted remarks U.S. President Donald Trump made in December 2018, which he said indicated the Meng case was "a political episode instead of a straightforward legal case."
In that meet (here), Trump said he would mediate with the U.S. Equity Division in the Meng case on the off chance that it would help secure an economic accord with Beijing.
"We accept that really this is a grave political episode plotted by the US to cut down Chinese hello there tech organizations," the envoy said.
Cong didn't state whether China would fight back for a Canadian court's choice a month ago, which will drag out Meng's fight in court to maintain a strategic distance from removal.
Not long after Meng's capture, Beijing kept two Canadians on national security charges and ended imports of canola seed.
When gotten some information about the Meng case, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has stressed the nation's legal executive is free, while requiring the arrival of the two Canadians, representative Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig, a previous negotiator.
The Chinese emissary said the two kept Canadians were "healthy," yet consular visits were as yet suspended due to coronavirus limitations and "will be continued when the circumstance improves."