Beijing explains what Western media means by ‘international community’ — Analysis

China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman posted a map depicting the mainstream media’s perception of the world

When the Western mainstream media talks about the ‘international community,’ it actually means only the West and its allies, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian has said.

“What does ‘International Community’ mean?”Zhao tweeted Wednesday that he had posted two maps and that he was writing it on Twitter.

The first map, titled ‘The International Community,’ has all the countries of the world painted red.

Only the US, Canada and the European countries, Australia, New Zealand (Japan), South Korea, Japan, South Korea, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand and the European states are shown on the second map. The gray areas are the Middle East and rest of Asia as well as all of Africa, Central, South America, Russia and Central America. Zhao described the map this way: “‘The International Community’ according to Western mainstream media.”

The diplomat criticised NATO, the US-led Western military bloc NATO in June for calling China a “strange country”. “challenge”Its revised strategic plan.

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“People of the world see clearly that China presents valuable opportunities for world peace and development. It does not pose ‘systemic challenges’, as wrongly purported by NATO,”Zhao spoke to reporters that day.

“NATO claims to be a regional defensive alliance, but it has constantly sought to make advances into new areas and domains and waged wars in various countries in the world. NATO has the blood of their people on its hands,” the diplomat said.

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