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China opposed to 'exclusive blocs' after Japan, S Korea leaders meet


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Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said that Beijing hopes the two neighbors' relationship "can develop in a direction that is conducive to regional peace, stability and prosperity."

They are Mr Wang. Unlike what your country is doing.

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Well of course China would, wouldn't it. I'm sure the Yellow Emperor would have said something about individual opponents being easier to conquer, but there again, China is a bloc in itself!

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China has expressed opposition to the formation of "closed and exclusive blocs" in reference to South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol's visit to Japan,

As opposed to the China/Russia/North Korea exclusive block.

warning its two Asian neighbors against joining U.S.-led efforts to contain Beijing.

While Beijing continues its efforts on containing Japan and US ambitions in the region. Seems it is fine if China does it but not allowed if China is not a party to it. A clear reason to ignore what China says and act in Japans best self interests alongside allies like the US and regional friends like Australia and South Korea. The CCP is not to be trusted.

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Wang Wenbin reminds me of a ventriloquist's doll, except a doll would be more interesting to listen to.

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As usual, nobody CARES what china thinks.

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