Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (left) and Josep Borrell, the EU high representative for foreign affairs, on a screen during a videoconference meeting of the EU-China Strategic Dialogue on Tuesday. Photo: Dati Bendo/European Commission via dpaChinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (left) and Josep Borrell, the EU high representative for foreign affairs, on a screen during a videoconference meeting of the EU-China Strategic Dialogue on Tuesday. Photo: Dati Bendo/European Commission via dpa
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (left) and Josep Borrell, the EU high representative for foreign affairs, on a screen during a videoconference meeting of the EU-China Strategic Dialogue on Tuesday. Photo: Dati Bendo/European Commission via dpa

EU calls out Chinese state media for distorting official’s remarks in meeting with foreign minister Wang Yi

  • ‘The Chinese press release gives a selective and unbalanced account of the discussions,’ the EU’s foreign affairs spokeswoman says
  • The EU also announces plans to crack down on disinformation campaigns it has seen over the coronavirus pandemic
Topic |   China-EU relations
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (left) and Josep Borrell, the EU high representative for foreign affairs, on a screen during a videoconference meeting of the EU-China Strategic Dialogue on Tuesday. Photo: Dati Bendo/European Commission via dpaChinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (left) and Josep Borrell, the EU high representative for foreign affairs, on a screen during a videoconference meeting of the EU-China Strategic Dialogue on Tuesday. Photo: Dati Bendo/European Commission via dpa
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (left) and Josep Borrell, the EU high representative for foreign affairs, on a screen during a videoconference meeting of the EU-China Strategic Dialogue on Tuesday. Photo: Dati Bendo/European Commission via dpa
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