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Unsurprisingly, China Not Happy With Western Media Coverage of Wang Yi’s Pacific Tour

China’s state-run media responded angrily to the characterization by international media that Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s ongoing South Pacific tour encountered a snag after the coalition of 10-Pacific Islander Countries refused to endorse a Chinese development proposal that also included security provisions.

The nationalist tabloid Global Times said that the “Western media’s assertions of China “suffering a setback” with the South Pacific island nations” is “grossly inaccurate” and an “attempt to drive a wedge between parties.”

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