World USA and EU concerned about Beijing

02:35  03 december  2021
02:35  03 december  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Relations between the United States and the European Union are the bilateral relations between the country and supranational organization.

In a year that has seen global perceptions of China plunge, Beijing scored a major diplomatic victory Wednesday with the finalizing of an investment agreement with the European Union -- in spite of criticism from the United States and outstanding concerns many in the bloc have over Beijing 's worsening human rights record.

EU-EU maritime actions: USA and EU concerned about Beijing

Washington 's "problematic" maritime actions (Reuters) - the United States and the United States European Union expressed Thursday in a common statement their strong concerns with the "problematic and unilateral actions" carried out by Beijing in the Southern China, in the East China and the Taiwan Strait.

A meeting in the Sino-European dialogue on China was organized during the day in Washington and chaired by the number two of the US State Department, Wendy Sherman.

Washington and Brussels emphasize in the Communiqué "The importance of the United States and the EU maintain ongoing and narrow contacts on our respective approaches while we invest and make our savings grow, cooperate with China where it is possible, and responsibly manage our competition and systemic rivalry with China ".

During the meeting, the document were mentioned, the issues of human rights violations in China, particularly in Xinjiang and Tibet, and the erosion of Hong Kong's autonomy.

American and European representatives expressed their "strong concerns" with China's "problematic and unilateral" maritime actions that affect peace and security in the region and "have a direct impact on security and the Prosperity of the United States and the European Union, "says the statement. (Report Tim Ahmann, David Brunnstrom and Michael Martina; French version Jean Terzian)

US House votes to punish China over Uyghur treatment .
The US House of Representatives on Wednesday passed legislation restricting imports from China's Xinjiang region over its treatment of the Uyghur Muslim minority, as tensions continue to escalate between Washington and Beijing. Members of the House voted 428-1 to pass the "Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act," which requires corporations to prove "with clear and convincing evidence" that any goods imported from the region were not made using forced labor.

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