Qin Gang: China’s foreign minister Qin Gang to attend G20 meeting in India | India News

NEW DELHI: China on Tuesday confirmed that its Foreign Minister Qin Gang will participate in the Group of 20 (G20) Foreign Ministers Meeting in India, Reuters reported.
During a press conference, a spokesman for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mao Ning said, “The G20 should focus on outstanding challenges in the global economy. China is willing to work with all parties to ensure the G20 foreign ministers meeting sends a positive signal on multilateralism,” he said. .”
The G20 Foreign Ministers Meeting (FMM) is scheduled to take place from March 1-2, 2023 in New Delhi under the chair of India.
Prime minister Narendra Modi He is expected to speak to foreign ministers of G20 member countries and he will talk about India’s growing influence globally.
The March 1-2 meeting of the G20 foreign ministers will be held a few days after the meeting of the bloc’s chief financial officers in Bengaluru.
Meeting in New Delhi will be attended by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey LavrovUS Secretary of State Antony Blinken and British Foreign Secretary James is smart. In total, representatives of 40 countries, including non-G20 members invited by India, and multilateral organizations will attend.
Mao also reacted to the White House setting a removal deadline TikTok from federal devices.
“The US is exaggerating its conception of national security, abusing state power to suppress foreign companies, and we firmly oppose those wrongdoings,” she added.
The White House on Monday (local time) gave federal agencies 30 days to remove the Chinese-owned TikTok app from all government-issued devices.
The directive comes after a congressional law passed in December banning the popular video-sharing app from federal government devices and systems, amid concerns TikTok’s parent company is ByteDance may allow the Chinese Communist Party to access user data, the New York Post (NYP) reported.
Several government agencies, including the White House, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security and Department of State, pre-banned TikTok from government devices ahead of a December vote by Congress.
Meanwhile, ByteDance-owned TikTok said the concerns stemmed from misinformation and denied using the app to spy on Americans.
ByteDance denied that it would share user data with the CCP, calling the concerns “misinformation,” the NYP reported.
The US move comes after the Canadian government blocked short-form video app TikTok from official electronics.
According to CNN, the ban will go into effect on Tuesday. Government-issued devices will be blocked from downloading TikTok and existing app installations will be removed, according to a statement by the Treasury Council Secretariat of Canada.


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