Discussed Ukraine: Chinese leader accused Canadian Prime Minister of leaking behind-the-scenes media conversation at the G20 (video)

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< p>We discussed Ukraine: the Chinese leader accused the Canadian PM of leaking backstage media conversation at the G20 (video)

Xi Jinping called it unacceptable that the content of the conversation with Justin Trudeau fell into MASS MEDIA. The two leaders spoke about the war in Ukraine, North Korea and possible Chinese interference in the Canadian elections.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping has criticized Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for leaking details of the behind-the-scenes talks between the leaders of the two countries at the G20 summit. This is reported by Global News.

“Everything that we discussed got into the media, and this is unacceptable,” Jinping said when meeting with Trudeau the next day through an interpreter.

Reported that the Canadian Premier interrupted the Chinese interpreter and stated, “We believe in free, open and honest dialogue and will continue to do so in the future. We will continue to strive to work constructively together, but there will also be disagreements on some issues.”

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Xi Jinping replied that we first need to create conditions for this, after which the first persons of Canada and China shook hands and went their separate ways.

The day before, sources in the Canadian government reported that Trudeau 10 minutes of conversation with Jinping managed to raise the issue of the war in Ukraine, North Korea and the alleged interference of China in the Canadian elections.