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China rejects and demands that the US lift sanctions on its companies

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China rejects and demands that the US lift sanctions on its companies

Beijing, Jun 29 (Prensa Latina) China expressed its rejection and demanded the US to lift the unilateral sanctions against five national companies included in a black list for allegedly cooperating with the Russian military.
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Zhao Lijain, the Foreign Ministry´s spokesman said that Beijing filed a complaint with Washington´s representatives after learning of the measures imposed on Connec Electronic Ltd., World Jetta, Logistics Limited, King Pai Technology Co., Ltd. And Winninc Electronic.

The official defended the bilateral cooperation with Russia, assured that it is based on mutual respect and equality and does not allow a third-party interference.

The day before, the U.S. President Joe Biden´s administration added the five Chinese companies to the trade blacklist for their alleged support of Russia’s military and defense industrial complex before and after the start of the operation in Ukraine on February 24.

That means U.S. suppliers need a government license before they can ship products to them.

“Today’s action sends a powerful message to institutions and individuals around the world that if they try to support Russia, the U.S. will cut them off as well,” Under Secretary of Commerce for Industry and Security Alan Estevez said in a statement.

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