Straits Times: No foreign interference, says China, as Australia, New Zealand unite over human rights
Tue June, 2021, Age: 2 years
The prime ministers of Australia and New Zealand affirmed their commitment to human rights at their first in-person meeting in 15 months. The two sides emphasized their concern over China, including developments in Hong Kong and Xinjiang and Beijing’s expanding presence in the South China Sea. In response, Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Wang Wenbin decried Australia and New Zealand’s interference in its internal affairs.