China affirmed its rejection of the American behavior based on superiority over other countries, stressing that Washington should be taught to treat others on an equal footing.
Yesterday, during the China-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue with his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said, "If the United States has not learned how to treat other countries on an equal footing, China is obligated with the international community to help it absorb this lesson," Xinhua quoted Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi as saying yesterday during the China-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue with his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi. “.
In response to the statement of the US State Department spokesman before US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman's visit to China that the United States will deal with China from a position of strength, Wang said: "The United States has always used its power to pressure other countries and believes that it is superior, but there is absolutely no A country that is superior to other countries in the world, and China will not accept this from any country.”
In a related context, a spokesman for the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council of China said that any authoritarian foreign sanctions will be met with harsh countermeasures, expressing strong support for the Chinese Foreign Ministry's decision to impose sanctions on six individuals and one entity from the United States.
They are harming China's national interests by making up stories and spreading rumors about issues related to Hong Kong, and they should be held accountable and punished in accordance with China's Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law, the spokesman said, stressing that Beijing has never bullied, oppressed or oppressed the people of any other country and will never allow them to for such things.
Yesterday, the Chinese Foreign Ministry announced the imposition of sanctions on seven individuals and entities in the United States on the basis of reciprocity.