On Saturday, the 23rd of November 2019, at a G20 summit in Japan, attacking the US President Donald Trump and his administration with a vociferous voice, a top official of Chinese Government said that Washington had been the world’s biggest source of instability, adding its politicians were baselessly spiralling a slew of slanderous accusations against China, suggesting further downturn in a Sino-US relationship which had already been tearing apart.
In point of fact, over the recent past, relations between the world’s first- and second-largest economy, the United States and China, had nose-dived terribly following US Senate’s bill to intervene on Hong Kong protests, while Beijing had also cautioned Washington later last week not to interfere in its internal affairs, otherwise, it would be forced to retaliate.
Besides, during a meet with the Dutch Foreign Minister Stef Blok over the sidelines of recent gathering of G20 foreign ministers in Japan, Chinese state councillor, Wang Yi, showed any intent to hold back to criticise latest acts of the United States saying, “The United States is broadly engaged in unilateralism and protectionism, and is damaging multilateralism and the multilateral trading system.
It has already become the world’s biggest destabilizing factor. Certain U.S. politicians have smeared China everywhere in the world, but have not produced any evidence. ”