John Kerry Confronted About China Using Slave Labor to Produce Solar Panels, Claims That Isn't His 'Lane'

John Kerry Confronted About China Using Slave Labor to Produce Solar Panels, Claims That Isn't His 'Lane'


U.S. climate envoy John Kerry skirted a question about the use of Chinese slave labor in producing solar panels during a press conference at the ongoing United Nations climate summit.

Kerry explained that he’s the “climate guy” and that while he has mentioned the issue to his Chinese counterparts, addressing slave labor isn’t his “lane.”

Pushing forward green policies continues to be his main focus, he continued.

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“Well, we’re honest about the differences,” Kerry told reporters at the summit.

“We certainly know what they are, and we’ve articulated them, but that’s not my lane here … My job is to be the climate guy and stay focused on trying to move the climate agenda forward.”

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