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This Wednesday, November 16, Xi Jinping accused Justin Trudeau of leaking an informal discussion to the media. (Photo caption: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping (R), September 4, 2016.)
International – a lively exchange. President of China Xi Jinping This Wednesday, November 16, he complained to the media about the exchanges with him Prime Minister of CanadaJustin Trudeau, at the summit G20. A video of the meeting released by a Canadian journalist bears witness to their heated exchange.
In a line shared by Annie Bergeron-Oliver of Canadian media CTV National News You can check out the tweet belowXi Jinping listens through an interpreter accusing Justin Trudeau: “Everything we discussed was leaked to the newspapers, which is not appropriate. »
The Cdn Pool game captured the heated talks between Chinese President Xi & PM Trudeau at the G20 summit today. In it, Xi express… https://t.co/vanZVPORKd
— Annie Bergeron-Oliver (@AnnieClaireBO)
“That’s not how conversations are conducted.”He continued. “We believe in free and open and transparent dialogue, and that’s what we’ll continue to do. We’ll continue to try to work together constructively, but there will always be things we disagree on. Justin Trudeau responded. “Let’s make the conditions first”Xi ended up tackling Xi Jinping before shaking hands with the Canadian leader and leaving.
Chinese interference is suspected
In recent days, Justin Trudeau shared his opinion “Serious Concerns” China allegedly interrupted Canada during a brief meeting with Xi Jinping.
Last week, he said China was getting involved “Games of Aggression” With democracies and Canadian institutions, after publishing a report on the Canadian channel Global News Accused of interfering in the electoral process in Canada.
According to the channel, A “Secret Network” Canadian federal election candidates and Chinese agents working for their campaigns were funded by China. “Continued commitment to subjects that matter to Canadians is critical.”The Prime Minister added.
The Canadian Federal Police also indicated on Thursday that it is investigating police stations illegally set up by China in Canada, specifically to control Chinese exiles or overseas Chinese.
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