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US News The G7 wants to "work with China", assures Emmanuel Macron

20:20  13 june  2021
20:20  13 june  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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Emmanuel Macron assured Sunday that the G 7 was “not a club hostile to China”, even if the final statement calls on Beijing to respect human rights in the territory of Xinjiang and in Hong Kong. The French president said during a press conference after the summit in Cornwall that the G 7 is a “set of democracies” which wants “ to work with China on all global issues” despite the differences.

E Mmanuel Macron assured Sunday that the G 7 was "not a club hostile to China", even though The final communiqué calls Beijing to respect human rights in the territory of Xinjiang and Hong Kong. The French president estimated at a press conference at the end of the Cornwall summit that the G 7 is a "set of democracies" that wants to " work with China on all the world's subjects" despite the disputes.

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E Mmanuel Macron assured Sunday that the G7 was "not a club hostile to China", even though The final communiqué calls Beijing to respect human rights in the territory of Xinjiang and Hong Kong. The French president estimated at a press conference at the end of the Cornwall summit that the G7 is a "set of democracies" that wants to "work with China on all the world's subjects" despite the disputes.


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"We intend to promote our values, including by calling China to respect the human rights and fundamental freedoms concerning Xinjiang and these rights, freedoms and a significant degree of autonomy in Hong Kong," declare the heads of state. and Government of France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Canada, the United States, Germany and Japan in the final communiqué of their summit held in Carbis Bay (southwestern England) .

Live: Emmanuel Macron is expressed at the fence of the G7 .
© Ludovic Marin, AFP Emmanuel Macron and Boris Johnson at the G7 summit, in June 2021 after three days of Cornwall discussions, England, the summit Great Powers of the G7 comes to an end. Follow Live the speeches of Boris Johnson, Joe Biden then Emmanuel Macron. The top of Carbis Bay, Cornwall, of the seven most industrialized countries, ends Sunday, June 13, after three days of intense discussions.

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