KOMMONSENTSJANE – AMB CHENG JINGYE SLAMMED AUSTRALIA’S PUSH FOR ANY INQUIRY INTO THE ORIGINS OF COVID-19. WILL TRY AGAIN!

Will try again!

Apr 28, 2020

DAILY MAIL

Ambassador Cheng Jingye slammed Australia’s push for an inquiry into the origins of COVID-19

CHINESE

Australia blasts Chinese ambassador for threatening to ruin our economy in response to backing inquiry into source of coronavirus – before consulate takes extraordinary step of LEAKING the fiery phone call.
. Jingye slammed Australia’s push for an inquiry into the virus
•He said the probe could push Chinese citizens to reject Australian exports
•The Morrison government stood firm in its decision to back the calls for a review
•Trade Minister Simon Birmingham said the nation won’t give in to ‘coercion’
•Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

By Charlotte Karp For Daily Mail Australia and Australian Associated Press

Published: 05:54 EDT, 28 April 2020 | Updated: 08:54 EDT, 28 April 2020

Ambassador Cheng Jingye slammed Australia’s push for an inquiry into the origins of COVID-19

Australia has asked the Chinese ambassador to explain his ‘economic coercion’ threat made in response to Canberra’s push for an inquiry into the source of the coronavirus.

Ambassador Cheng Jingye said on Monday Australia’s push for an inquiry into the origins of the virus could result in China rejecting Australian products.

‘Maybe also the ordinary people will say, ”why should we drink Australian wine or to eat Australian beef?”,’ he told the Australian Financial Review.

Australia responded quickly, informing the ambassador that his comments were out of line.

‘The government has made our displeasure with those remarks known,’ Trade Minister Simon Birmingham told reporters in Adelaide on Tuesday.
China accounts for 26 per cent of Australia’s total trade, worth around $235 billion in 2018/19, and is the biggest single market for Australian exports such as coal, iron ore, wine, beef, tourism and tertiary education.

But the Morrison government stood firm in its decision to back the calls for a global inquiry into how the virus was able to spread from its epicentre in Wuhan, China, and cause a global pandemic.

Senator Birmingham said Australia was a ‘crucial supplier’ to China for imports and energy helped power much of China’s manufacturing growth and construction.

China is Australia’s largest trading partner. Mr Jingye said Chinese citizens may reject Australian exports and industries if the probe goes ahead

Australia’s tourism industry would be heavily impacted if Mr Jingye’s statement is correct.

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This is a communist country threatening a democratic country.  China goes in and gets a toe-hold like they did in Italy and Iran with furnishing people from China (300) to build roads and furnishing the loan and “walla” they have them by their “yang” “yang.”

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