Josep Borrell, the EU’s chief diplomat, said he stood in “full solidarity” with sanctioned lawmakers but stressed the need to engage with China on multiple fronts. Photo: AP
Josep Borrell, the EU’s chief diplomat, said he stood in “full solidarity” with sanctioned lawmakers but stressed the need to engage with China on multiple fronts. Photo: AP

EU lawmakers vow to kill China investment deal over Beijing’s sanctions

  • Reject the agreement ‘to show once and for all that the EU is not just a supermarket but rather has principles’, says a French member of the European Parliament
  • Parliamentarians in Brussels debate the sanctions for the first time since they were put in place last month

Josep Borrell, the EU’s chief diplomat, said he stood in “full solidarity” with sanctioned lawmakers but stressed the need to engage with China on multiple fronts. Photo: AP
Josep Borrell, the EU’s chief diplomat, said he stood in “full solidarity” with sanctioned lawmakers but stressed the need to engage with China on multiple fronts. Photo: AP
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