The Chinese Foreign Ministry protested to the US after the invasion of the Consulate in Houston

The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs protested to the United States after representatives of the American authorities invaded the territory of the Chinese Consulate in Houston. This was stated on July 25 by the representative of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, Wang Wen-Bin.

The diplomat recalled that the building of the Chinese Consulate General in Houston is the territory of the diplomatic Consulate and the state property of China.

“China has expressed strong protest for the violent intrusion of the US side into the territory of the Chinese Consulate General in Houston,” said Wenbin. Their words are published on the website of the Chinese Foreign Ministry

We will remind, earlier it was reported that a group of unknown people broke into the back door of the Consulate General of China in Houston and entered the premises. The incident occurred immediately after the US administration’s order to close the Chinese representative office came into force.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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