[global network comprehensive report] on August 6, Bai Yansong, host of news 1 + 1, connected with Cong Peiwu, Chinese ambassador to Canada, to interpret where China Canada relations will develop in the 50 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations.
Bai Yansong: Recently, according to media reports, Canadian people said that the conditions for the extradition of Meng Wanzhou to the United States are ripe. What does it mean? If Meng Wanzhou is really extradited to the United States, what impact will it have on China Canada relations?
Cong Peiwu: the reports of some western media are not in line with the facts. In fact, this is a statement made by the Attorney General of Canada. This is actually a point he made as a prosecutor’s lawyer from the beginning. Of course, we are firmly against it. The issue of extradition is still a hypothetical one. What I want to say is that if it does happen, it will certainly have a very serious impact. I have also talked about it just now, because the matter itself is strongly political and unjust. The Chinese people are strongly indignant about this. And we have shown them that the Chinese government is unswerving in its determination to safeguard our interests. It should be said that China is not the poor and weak China a hundred years ago, and the world is no longer a world where the United States and the west can do whatever they want. Therefore, I think that in this regard, we will continue to do a good job in our related work, continue to respond strongly to this incident, and urge the Canadian side to correct its mistakes and release Ms. Meng Wanzhou.