Jim Nickel, charge d’affaires of the Canadian embassy in Beijing, speaks to media outside the Dandong Intermediate People’s Court on Friday. Photo: Reuters Jim Nickel, charge d’affaires of the Canadian embassy in Beijing, speaks to media outside the Dandong Intermediate People’s Court on Friday. Photo: Reuters
Jim Nickel, charge d’affaires of the Canadian embassy in Beijing, speaks to media outside the Dandong Intermediate People’s Court on Friday. Photo: Reuters
Meng Wanzhou

Canadian Michael Spavor’s spy trial in China over in less than 3 hours, diplomat says

  • Officials are now awaiting the verdict, says Jim Nickel, charge d’affaires of the Canadian embassy in Beijing
  • Spavor is one of two Canadians detained for more than two years on espionage charges which Ottawa has called ‘trumped up’

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Jim Nickel, charge d’affaires of the Canadian embassy in Beijing, speaks to media outside the Dandong Intermediate People’s Court on Friday. Photo: Reuters Jim Nickel, charge d’affaires of the Canadian embassy in Beijing, speaks to media outside the Dandong Intermediate People’s Court on Friday. Photo: Reuters
Jim Nickel, charge d’affaires of the Canadian embassy in Beijing, speaks to media outside the Dandong Intermediate People’s Court on Friday. Photo: Reuters
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