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China Argument on G-7 Decided The Fate Of The World

BEIJING: China has warned the G7 countries that the days when the fate of the world was in the hands of a small group are gone.

According to the World News Agency, China has strongly criticized the decisions taken at the G-7 summit of the world’s seven largest economies.

China called the G-7 plan to replace the road and belt project impossible, denied allegations of forced labor and slandered human rights abuses in Xinjiang, saying the world was not ruled by a small group.

China has clearly warned that the days when groups of “small” countries used to decide the fate of the world are over. The real international order is not the so-called principles devised by these small groups, but the global system based on the principles of the United Nations.

A statement from China’s Foreign Ministry said, “It doesn’t matter if the countries are big or small, strong or weak and poor or rich.” All countries are equal and world affairs should be run in consultation with all countries, not just a handful.

The G7 leaders met in London to agree on a global infrastructure scheme to counter Chinese President Xi Jinping’s multibillion-dollar road and belt project.