December 17, Wang Wenbin, spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, presided over a regular press conference. A reporter asked a question. The Director of National Intelligence of the United States said that it was impossible to submit a report on “foreign interference in the U.S. election” at the scheduled time, saying that the report did not fully reflect China’s threat to the national security of the United States. What is China’s comment on this?
Wang Wenbin said that the Director of National Intelligence of the United States recently defined China as “the number one national security threat of the United States”
But we noticed that some media pointed out that such a judgment lacks data and facts, and the relevant data and facts exactly show that China and the United States should cooperate rather than confront.
Wang Wenbin stressed that China has always adhered to the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries, and the claims that China’s influence on the U.S. election are pure from nothing.