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Brussels about to renew China sanctions

The year 2022 is nearing its end – and the EU seems to be still looking for a unified and sustainable way of dealing with China. “Neither naïve, nor alarmist” should be the relations with Beijing, stressed the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell, on Tuesday evening during a debate on the topic in the EU Parliament. The last time the plenary dealt with the China issue in this form was last April. At that time, the rather poorly executed EU-China summit earlier that month received a lot of criticism. Borrell himself had called the video session a “dialogue of the deaf” (China.Table reported).

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