China lodges complaints with U.S., Japan, S. Korea over statement at Camp David
China has lodged solemn representations with relevant parties over U.S., Japanese, South Korean leaders' "smearing and attack" of China at Camp David, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said on Monday.
The leaders from the three countries smeared and attacked China on the Taiwan question and South China Sea issue at the Camp David meeting, grossly interfering in China's internal affairs, driving a wedge between China and its neighboring countries, and seriously violating the basic norms of international relations, said Wang Wenbin at a daily briefing.
"China strongly disapproves of and firmly opposes this and has made solemn representations to relevant parties," Wang said.
Wang urged the U.S. side to stop smearing China's image and harming China's interests, and stop creating division and confrontation which undermine regional peace and stability.