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China takes countermeasures against Hudson Institute, Reagan library, four individuals

Source: Xinhua | 2023-04-07
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China takes countermeasures against Hudson Institute, Reagan library

BEIJING, April 7 (Xinhua) -- China has decided to take countermeasures against the Hudson Institute, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and relevant people in charge of these organizations, according to a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday.

In disregard of China's repeated representations and resolute opposition, the United States deliberately greenlighted the so-called "transit" of Tsai Ing-wen, leader of the Taiwan region, through the United States for political activities in recent days, the foreign ministry said in the statement.

The two organizations provided a platform and convenience for her separatist activities seeking "Taiwan independence," seriously violating the one-China principle and the provisions of the three China-U.S. joint communiques, and seriously infringing upon China's sovereignty and territorial integrity, according to the statement.

In accordance with China's Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law, China will strictly restrain transactions, exchanges and cooperation between colleges, institutions, and other organizations and individuals within China with these two institutions, said the statement.

It stated that countermeasures will also be taken against four individuals, Sarah May Stern, John P. Walters, John Heubusch, and Joanne M. Drake, who are in charge of these two organizations.

The four people's movable properties, real estates and all other assets in China will be frozen, and all organizations and individuals in China are prohibited from engaging in transactions and cooperation with them, the statement said, adding the four individuals are banned from obtaining Chinese visas or entering the country.

The countermeasures took effect on Friday.

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