China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao tweeted part of the article, ‘As long as the bloodshed continues in Kashmir, Britain will never be separated from its bloody colonial history.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lijian Zhao.
A top Chinese diplomat has been the British for the real cause of Kashmir dispute. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lijian Zhao tweeted official media commentary blaming the British colonialists for mixing ‘poison of hate’ in Kashmir politics through their ‘divide and rule’ policy. .
Interestingly, in the midst of growing tension between Beijing and London over various issues including Hong Kong and human rights, China’s official dialogue agency Xinhua has published this article titled ‘Kashmir: Crack in the crown jewel of the British Empire’. Zhao tweeted a number of tweets, citing a recent comment by Xinhua. He said, ‘If British India is considered to be the biggest gem of the crown of the British Empire, when it fell, then the biggest rift in it came in Kashmir.’
Molten poison before collapse
A Foreign Ministry spokesman said, “The British Empire collapsed, but before leaving, they dissolved the poison of hatred in the politics here, which will remain for decades to come.” Please tell that before becoming the spokesperson, Zhao was acting as the Deputy Ambassador of China to Pakistan. He quoted part of the article in a tweet, ‘This land once famous for Kashmiri Sapphire has innumerable marks because of colonial greed…’ China’s Foreign Ministry had said about China’s official stand on Kashmir. It is an issue left by history between India and Pakistan.
If British India was the jewel in the crown of the British Empire, then Kashmir has been the biggest crack in it when the crown finally fell over on that land.https://t.co/OpR2tcIVeb
— Lijian Zhao 赵立坚 (@zlj517) May 28, 2021
Need to be resolved in the proper way
Chinese officials had previously said that the issue should be resolved in a peaceful and appropriate manner based on the United Nations Charter, the Security Council’s related resolutions and bilateral agreements. Xinhua underlined in the article, ‘The seeds of this tragedy were sown by the British Empire to prevent the rise of the independence movement in India under a mischievous strategy and to strengthen its rule, which snatched away millions of lives. Britain implemented this policy of ‘divide and rule’ not only in India but in Africa, West Asia and a wide area of Asia.
Pakistan’s friend tells herself
China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao tweeted part of the article, “As long as the bloodshed continues in Kashmir, Britain will never be separated from its bloody colonial history.” China and Britain’s relationship on the Hong Kong issue is deteriorating. Hong Kong was the first British colony. At the same time, Zhao describes himself as a fan of Pakistan and in his official press talk on the question of relations with Pakistan, he said, ‘China-Pakistan friendship Zindabad’.
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