‘The world’s waking up’: G7 leaders back Scott Morrison on China’s ‘coercive’ acts
Leaders of powerful G7 nations have rebuked China’s use of “non-market policies” in a joint statement, backing the stance of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
French President Emmanuel Macron more explicitly condemned ‘coercive economic measures’ used to intimidate Australia, without naming China.
Sky News commentator Peta Credlin told Jim Wilson Australia has taken the lead in pushing back on China’s influence, particularly by calling for an investigation into the origins of COVID-19.
“We’ve probably been more vocal than they have.
“Broadly, the Europeans don’t have the lived experience of China as we perhaps do.
“The world’s waking up.”
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