France’s international ministry on Monday condemned “unacceptable comments” from the Chinese ambassador in Paris in current days, together with “insults and threats toward lawmakers and a French researcher.”
In a press release, the ministry additionally denounced the sanctions imposed by China towards ten Europeans, together with 5 EU Parliament members, in response to Western sanctions towards Chinese officers over alleged rights violations towards the nation’s Uighur minority.
The ambassador, Lu Shaye, will probably be summoned to the ministry over his current feedback, it added.
Lu, an envoy recognized for his aggressive and outspoken feedback on the embassy’s Twitter account, has focused a number of folks not too long ago together with Antoine Bondaz, a China specialist on the Foundation for Strategic Research (FRS) think-tank.
Starting on Friday, he derided Bondaz as a “small-time hoodlum,” a “crazed hyena” and “ideological troll” with “anti-Chinese” stances after he complained about Chinese stress on French lawmakers hoping to go to Taiwan.
The international ministry stated it will remind Lu of “the elementary rules as set out by the Vienna Convention on diplomatic relations… the embassy is requested to conform strictly with them.”
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