Australian Prime Minister demands an apology from China? China Ministry of Foreign Affairs Response The Life of Afghan people is also Fate
Beijing, November 30 “Australia’s response to my colleague’s personal tweets is so strong that it is to show that some Australian soldiers are reasonable to ruthlessly kill innocent Afghan civilians, but is it unreasonable for anyone to condemn this kind of cold crime? The life of the Afghan people is also life! Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying said at a regular press conference in Beijing on the 30th.
A reporter asked: It is reported that Australian Prime Minister Morrison asked the Chinese government to apologize for the foreign ministry spokesman for tweeting. How does China respond to this? Does the Chinese government support the spokesman’s tweet? Will China apologize to Australia for this? Will the relevant Twitter photos be deleted?
china response to australia
china response to australia Hua Chunyu said that some Australian soldiers committed serious crimes in Afghanistan, which was reported by the Australian media themselves and confirmed by the Australian Ministry of Defense investigation report.
Campbell, the commander of the Australian Defence Force, held a press conference to introduce the report. The details disclosed in the report are shocking and creepy, including the concentration of adult men and boys to shoot or blindfold their throats; the two 14-year-old boys cut their throats and put them in pockets and put them into the river; and requiring recruits to shoot prisoners of war to “practice hands”.
These atrocious crimes on the Australian side have been strongly condemned and condemned by the international community.
Hua Chunyu pointed out that Australia’s response to my colleague’s personal tweets was so strong to show that it is reasonable for some Australian soldiers to coldly kill innocent Afghan civilians, but is it unreasonable for anyone to condemn this cold crime?
The life of the Afghan people is also life! What the Australian government should do is to deeply reflect and bring the murderers to justice, make a formal apology to the Afghan people, and solemnly promise the international community never to commit such a terrible crime again.