Qin Gang on ‘bottom line’ of China-Russia relations
- In an interview with Phoenix TV, the Chinese Ambassador to the U.S. Qin Gang said that although China and Russia’s cooperation “has no forbidden areas,” it has a “bottom line.” “That line is the tenets and principles of the United Nations Charter, the recognized basic norms of international law and international relations,” said Qin.
ZTE exists five-year probation
- However, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo warned again on Wednesday in an interview that if China sells chips to Russia, the U.S. is “absolutely prepared” to “essentially shut [the Chinese companies] down by denying them use of [the U.S.] software.”
China on U.S.-backed cyberattacks
- Chinese internet security firm 360 said that the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has been using Quantum attack, a tool designed to hack social media users, to steal information worldwide. Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson compared the U.S. to “Big Brother” and urged it to “stop cyber theft and attacks on China and the rest of the world.”