Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning was addressing a press briefing in Beijing on Monday, a day after US President Joe Biden signed a new historic deal on a visit to Vietnam.
The US president signed the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership in Hanoi on Sunday, in his latest push to strengthen ties with Vietnam, more than 50 years since the last American soldier left the South Asian country.
The move had already irked Beijing, which called it more evidence of Washington’s “Cold War mentality.”
The Chinese spokeswoman said, "When dealing with Asian countries, the US must respect the common aspiration of countries in the region of seeking stability, cooperation and development.”
Mao urged the United States to “abide by the basic norms of international relations.”#US #China 23-09-11
This page is the English version of Almasirah Media Network website and it focuses on delivering all leading News and developments in Yemen, the Middle East and the world. In the eara of misinformation imposed by the main stream media in the Middle East and abroad, Almasirah Media Network strives towards promoting knowledge, principle values and justice, among all societies and cultures in the world
copyright by Almasirah 2023 ©