Instigated by the West? As soon as Vietnam returned from the G7, it immediately accused China of violating its sovereignty, and China showed its bottom line

After being invited to participate in the G7 summit in Japan, as soon as Vietnam returned from the summit, it immediately became angry with China. According to a report from the World Wide Web, recently, the Vietnamese government accused two Chinese ships of “violating Vietnam’s sovereignty” and asked China to “withdraw” these ships from Vietnamese waters. The Chinese Foreign Ministry refuted Vietnam’s unreasonable accusations. Spokesman Mao Ning said that China has sovereignty over the Nansha Islands and its adjacent waters, and Chinese ships are carrying out normal activities in waters under their jurisdiction . There is no such thing as “invading the exclusive economic zone of other countries’ waters”.

Mao Ning pointed out that on the South China Sea issue, China maintains communication with relevant parties. China is willing to resolve relevant differences through “dialogue and consultation” and ” jointly maintain peace and stability in the South China Sea.” However, this does not mean that China will compromise and tolerate. At the same time, China will resolutely safeguard its own “legitimate rights and interests . ” It should be said that Mao Ning’s speech was justified, beneficial and restrained.

On the one hand, it pointed out that the Chinese ships were operating in its own sovereign waters, and the accusations issued by the Vietnamese side were “unreasonable”; It will also protect its own rights and interests.

In this way, while drawing the bottom line, China also gave a solution, that is, if there is a problem, you can talk about it, don’t “make trouble for no reason”, and don’t think that you have participated in a G7 summit, and you can “shake the sky” when you come back. China is willing talks, but will not compromise on their own legitimate rights and interests. Therefore, China’s speech is “hard in the soft”, and soft in the hard, which is just right.

It is said that Sino-Vietnamese relations have been stable for quite some time, and the period of the most acute conflict between the two sides has passed. Why is Vietnam suddenly attacking China again on the South China Sea issue at this time?

The reason may indeed be related to the just-convened G7 meeting in Japan. Vietnam is not a member of the G7. Like India, Indonesia, and Ukraine, he was “invited” to participate , and this G7 meeting may be the most anti-China meeting in history. One time, it involved Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Tibet. It also mentioned the East China Sea and the South China Sea. It even blatantly warned China not to “unify armed forces” and demanded that the mainland “not expand its nuclear weapons.”

Then, the United States, Japan and other Western countries hold “anti-China” conferences, why do they invite Vietnam, India, Indonesia and other countries? The reason is not complicated. The Russian media said that the West is trying to attract more countries to join the “anti-China camp” through this anti-China conference. Countries with good relations with China, such as Vietnam and Indonesia, are the “key targets” of the West .

It is undeniable that at the anti-China conference, the non-G7 countries were “on the sidelines” and did not join in to target China, but they will inevitably be affected by the “anti-China” actions instigated by the United States. For example, former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir recently said, “We want to be friendly to China, but the United States tells people everywhere, and tells people: Please confront China, please put pressure on China, and sanction China .”

Is it a coincidence that Vietnam has just finished the G7 meeting and targeted China as soon as it came back? To some extent, I am afraid it is also to complete the anti-China mission assigned by the United States . After all, if you are invited to “eat for free”, you should do something to “return the fare”. Therefore, just after Vietnam participated in the G7 meeting, it started to make fun of China, but China is not so easy to provoke. If Vietnam is just showing off to the United States, it will be fine. If it is really like the Philippines, it wants to serve the United States. Charge into the battle”, the consequences are quite serious.