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The recently concluded G20 finance ministers meeting failed to reach a joint statement. Western public opinion blamed the pot on China and Russia for “obstruction by China and Russia”.

We have seen too many manipulations that bind China and Russia maliciously from nothing in the past year.

Since the Trump administration, the United States has never stopped accusing, pressuring, challenging and balancing China, but these two days are especially frequent.

In the Report on China’s Implementation of WTO Commitments, which is submitted by the Office of the United States Trade Representative at the end of February every year, it is no surprise to criticize China again.

There is also the direction of the South China Sea. The United States recently engaged in close reconnaissance and provocation over the the Xisha Islands in the South China Sea, and also staged a “dangerous approach” trick, while concocting a round of “China’s hegemony theory” in the field of public opinion.

Washington seems to have been trapped in various anti-China narratives, and we need to be highly vigilant and flexible in response.


At a resort in Bangalore, a southern Indian city, the top economic policy makers from the G20 had a hard game for two days.

Finally, the meeting failed to reach a common statement on the global economy.

As the first meeting of finance ministers held by the G20 this year, the focus will be on communication and coordination, and the second and third meetings will be held later… Generally speaking, the last meeting of finance ministers will be the most critical, and a joint statement will be issued at that time.

Therefore, it is not surprising that the meeting of finance ministers did not reach a joint statement.

However, many western public opinion are full of malice towards China when reporting this matter: “China is eager to protect Russia”, “Russia and China are obstructed”… For more than a year, western public opinion has habitually taken the blame on China for all matters involving Russia.

The host India released the summary of the G20 Finance Ministers’ Meeting, which mentioned that “most members strongly condemned the war in Ukraine”, but “there are other views and different assessments on the situation and sanctions”. There is also a note in the summary of the meeting: within the G20, only China and Russia have not approved the two paragraphs on Ukraine.

This gives Western public opinion an excuse to criticize China.

In fact, China has repeatedly expressed its position on Ukraine.

China has just released its position on the political settlement of the Ukrainian crisis.

Wang Yi, member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and director of the Office of the Central Foreign Affairs Working Committee, also made it clear at the Munich Security Conference this year that “China’s policy on the issue of Ukraine can be summed up in one sentence: to promote peace and promote dialogue!” “In the Ukrainian crisis, China’s position is to continue to stand on the side of peace and dialogue!”

That’s what China says and does.

However, these words and deeds of China are unheard of by Western media accustomed to anti-China narration.

What they also can’t see is that the G20 is not a platform to solve global security problems. As pointed out by the Russian Foreign Ministry, “the G20 continues to be collectively destroyed by the West and used in an anti-Russian way”, “the G20 must maintain its status as an economic forum, rather than cross the border into the security field”.


Because of such manipulation by the West, the G20 has split.

Prasad, a trade policy professor at Cornell University, paid attention to this point. He said: “The fact that the United States has such great power to deal with geopolitical opponents is deeply worrying.”

The broader concern is that the United States is doing everything it can to deal with Russia, and other countries will inevitably associate themselves with the idea that they “may one day be exposed to the anger of Washington”.

An international trade scholar said that it now seems that Washington will not give up hyping the Russian-Uzbekistan conflict in any international situation. We need to pay special attention to the fact that the United States and the West have so deliberately bound China and Russia maliciously to find an excuse for its fragmentation and camp of the global economy.

One fact is that even without the Russian-Uzbekistan conflict, the United States will continue to “decouple” and “disconnect” China.

Therefore, we need to see the bidding process. On the one hand, we firmly oppose Washington’s attempt to bind China and Russia. On the other hand, we need to communicate more with other countries and strive for joint efforts to make economic contributions to the development of the world economy.


Almost at the same time as the G20 finance ministers’ meeting, Washington released a routine report on China.

Since China joined the WTO in 2001, the Office of the United States Trade Representative has submitted an annual report to the Congress at the end of February every year. This year’s latest Report on China’s Fulfillment of WTO Commitments continues the same old criticism of China.

Dai Qi, the US trade representative, said in a press release that “more than 20 years after China’s accession to the World Trade Organization, China still adopts the state-led economic and trade mode, which runs counter to the principles of openness and marketization recognized by all WTO members.”

This is just another expression of “China has not fulfilled its WTO commitments”.


In fact, the WTO is the most qualified to assess whether China has fulfilled its WTO commitments.

The trade policy review mechanism is one of the three major functions of the WTO, through which the WTO ensures the compliance of its members. According to the existing rules of the WTO, the review of China is conducted every three years. The latest is the eighth trade policy review of China conducted by the WTO in 2021.

At the two-day review meeting, representatives of 65 WTO members made statements, most of whom made positive comments on China.

In response to the view of some members that China has not fully fulfilled its commitments at the time of accession to the WTO so far, the Ministry of Commerce of China responded that, according to the timetable of accession to the WTO at that time, China has already fully fulfilled China’s obligations under the WTO, and the commitments made have also been fully fulfilled.

There is nothing to blame for China’s performance after its accession to the WTO. On the contrary, what about the United States?


It is obvious to all that the United States is moving further and further towards state-led capitalism. It has always been the country with the largest number of lawsuits in the WTO, and also the country with the worst record of enforcement of the ruling after being ruled against.

In Washington’s eyes, the WTO is just a tool to realize its own interests. Once this tool is given back by other countries, the United States will not hesitate to give up or even deliberately destroy its reputation.

In the WTO, Washington deliberately paralyzed the operation of the appeal mechanism and refused to implement the relevant judgments of the WTO. It also imposed punitive tariffs on other countries, launched the 301 investigation, and issued the chip bill, which caused the disruption of the world supply chain industry chain.

The United States is the biggest multilateral rule breaker.


In terms of military affairs, the United States has recently engaged in close reconnaissance and provocation over the the Xisha Islands in the South China Sea, and has also played a “dangerous approach” trick, with the intention of raising the so-called “China hegemony theory” in the American public opinion.

On the 24th local time, many American media reported that Chinese warplanes were dangerously close to US patrol aircraft over the South China Sea, and the two planes flew within 500 feet at one time.


Why do these American media send the same message at the same time?

It turned out that the US P-8A anti submarine patrol aircraft, which was engaged in close reconnaissance over the the Xisha Islands in the South China Sea, carried a number of journalists from the US media that day. The US military tried to let these “media reporters” witness their “free navigation interrupted by the PLA”, forming the impression that they were “victims of bullying” in the public opinion.

On the same day, the US P-8A anti-submarine patrol aircraft was indeed warned by the PLA radio, and our J-11 fighter plane took off quickly, and the US military aircraft was driven away by companion flight.

Because this is the South China Sea, China’s home.

First, let’s see which reporters from the mainstream American media are on the US P-8A anti-submarine patrol aircraft. From the analysis of the reports sent out, at least three major American media including the Wall Street Journal, CNN and NBC are included.

This “dangerous approach” was obviously the approach reconnaissance by US military aircraft, because the US P-8A patrol aircraft was 21500 feet above the South China Sea, only 30 miles (about 48 kilometers) away from the the Xisha Islands. Therefore, it is very normal for the PLA to send fighter planes to fly together and drive away.

Moreover, the PLA also issued a solemn warning to the US military through the airborne radio: “American aircraft, this is the PLA Air Force. You are approaching Chinese airspace. Keep a safe distance, or you will be intercepted.”

When the US military patrol aircraft claimed that it was “flying in the international airspace”, the Chinese side responded forcefully in the radio: “The US aircraft, China’s airspace is 12 nautical miles. Don’t go any closer, or you will take full responsibility.”


It can be said that the professional, standard and normative operation of the Chinese military not only shows that we occupy the legal basis, but also gives us enough space for the safety selection of American aircraft. If “danger is close”, it is also the US aircraft that is creating danger.

Seeing that they don’t make sense, the American media have begun their exaggerated “scene description” again.

According to CNN’s article, a Chinese fighter equipped with air-to-air missiles intercepted the P-8A patrol aircraft at a distance of only 500 feet (about 152 meters) to the left of the US military aircraft a few minutes after the Chinese side issued the warning. In order to highlight the fact that the PLA military aircraft are flying close to the US military aircraft, the CNN reporter declared that “the (PLA) pilots can even be seen turning their heads to look at them.”

In addition, the American media also deliberately emphasized that the P-8A patrol aircraft did not carry any weapons, and the fighter aircraft intercepted by the PLA could clearly see that it was carrying four air-to-air missiles, in order to heighten the tension at that time.

According to the Wall Street Journal and NBC, Chinese military aircraft accompanied the P-8A patrol aircraft for more than an hour all the way, until the US military aircraft was driven away from the the Xisha Islands area.

In addition to creating “dangerous approach” in the air, the US P-8A patrol aircraft also “harassed” Chinese warships.


It was reported that the US P-8A found a Chinese Navy missile destroyer when it was flying near the Philippines that day. The US aircraft dropped to an altitude of about 1000 feet (about 300 meters) for “close observation”, and was immediately warned by the Chinese side.

This is a 052D missile destroyer of the Chinese Navy, with the port number 173 Changsha. The crew of the Changsha ship shouted to the US military aircraft, “You are approaching me at low altitude. Explain your intention.”

In fact, the United States is the country that militarizes the South China Sea. Every year, US military aircraft conduct close reconnaissance in the South China Sea for thousands of times, and U.S. Navy aircraft carriers, cruisers, destroyers and other ships also conduct various exercises and close reconnaissance in the South China Sea.

According to the latest data released recently by the think tank “South China Sea Strategic Situation Awareness”, only in January 2023, the US military sent 64 reconnaissance aircraft to the South China Sea for close reconnaissance.

Even the American officials themselves admitted to the Wall Street Journal that such “encounters” with PLA military aircraft are now “almost daily”.

Mao Ning, spokesman of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, responded on February 9 that the United States is the largest surveillance and reconnaissance country in the world, and has carried out intelligence activities around the world for a long time. The United States frequently sends ships and aircraft to approach China for reconnaissance, seriously endangering China’s national security and undermining regional peace and stability. China has repeatedly expressed serious concern that the United States should immediately stop such provocations.

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