Chinese Official Says Ousted American Journalists Should Address Complaints To US


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A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson is doubling down on U.S. condemnation for the Chinese Communist Party’s ousting of foreign journalists who attempted to go to the source of the coronavirus pandemic to publicly expose the truth.

The open letter by @WSJ @washingtonpost @nytimes was wrongly addressed. It should be sent to the US government. When the US government announced to expel 60 Chinese journalists on March 2, did anyone speak out?

— Hua Chunying 华春莹 (@SpokespersonCHN) March 25, 2020

“The open letter by the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and New York Times was wrongly addressed. It should be sent to the US government.” China’s Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying wrote on Twitter Wednesday, “When the US government announced to expel 60 Chinese journalists on March 2, did anyone speak out?”

The Trump administration’s expulsion of 60 Chinese journalists earlier this month was a response to China’s “increasingly harsh surveillance, harassment, and intimidation”

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