Xi Jinping was seen berating Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during the G20 summit in Bali . Trudeau used his meeting with Xi to protest Beijings interference in Canadas 2019 elections .
Washington, November 20: According to The Washington Examiner, Xi Jinping, the Chinese President who recently landed a historic third term as Chinese President at the 20th National Congress, was seen berating Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during the G20 summit in Bali, and his conduct was described as arrogant.After Trudeau used his meeting with Xi to protest Beijings interference in Canada's 2019 elections, the Chinese leader expressed his displeasure.Xi Jinping was concerned that the media was aware of this issue being discussed during the meeting, however.All we discussed was later leaked to the newspapers, according to Xi.Before Trudeaus' Canadian counterpart politely threatened to defend himself, the Chinese leader called for sincerity.Trudeau was then interrupted by Xi to say, Let us first create the conditions.After shaking hands with Trudeau, the Chinese President walked away.According to Global Times, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning confirmed on Thursday that Chinese President Xi Jinping and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had a brief discussion during the G20 summit. The tense exchange of words, according to the Washington Examiner, demonstrates the Xis government's arrogant and utterly autoritarian character.As with the Trudeau case, the study shows how the Communist Chinas zero-sum approach to foreign policy was followed.It's either the Xis way or the highway.On the sidelines of the G20 summit, Xi Jinping and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak agreed to hold their bilateral talks. The United Kingdom's Prime Minister has sparked fears that he would eventually accept Chinese mercantilism as Prime Minister.Beijing canceled Sunak's meeting with Xi, prompting Beijing to cancel it.According to Chinese experts, the cancellation of the meeting may be a way for Beijing to express its skepticism with Britain's latest provocations on the Taiwan issue.China is furious over Sunak's refusal to rule out providing arms to Taiwan, according to the Global Times survey, If these nations want to maintain their communication with China, they should know that the only thing they should do is to never tread on China's red line issue, the Taiwan issue. However, it would predispose the British and Canadian governments as well as the Canadian people.