Mon. Mar 8th, 2021

The annual United Nations General Assembly has been taking place with world’s leaders giving recorded video speeches — due to the coronavirus pandemic.

President Xi Jinping used the platform to declare that China had “no intention of entering a Cold War with any country”.

That came after President Trump said the Chinese must be held accountable for “unleashing COVID-19 on the world”.

The UN Secretary-General warned everything must be done to avoid a new Cold War.

Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reporting by world affairs editor John Simpson.

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6 thoughts on “China has “no intention of a Cold War” as tension with Washington deepens – BBC News”
  1. Such a report is a biased one in nature. The Chinese national flag is used deliberately to make a scary effect which is totally unfair. This report appears just at the time that the coronavirus cases surges again in Britain. Is it just a coincident? Look how the Chinese news reports do. They don’t do this. They just report the facts.

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