China has warned the United States against imposing “US democratic ideology” on others. In addition, China has said that US military activity in Chinese waters is increasing under President Joe Biden. The news agency Reuters quoted AFP and Reuters as saying.
U.S. President Joe Biden addressed Congress for the first time last Wednesday after taking office. “The United States wants to win the 21st century by competing with China,” he said.
Biden added that authoritarian thinking cannot make democracy victorious. He claims that the United States welcomes competition and does not want conflict with China.
In response to Biden’s remarks, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told a regular news briefing on Thursday that in some cases, the conflict between the United States and China is not unusual. But at the same time, he said, it would not be right for the two sides to engage in conflict without real competition.
Wang Wenbin made it clear that “by forcing another country to adopt its own democratic system, we will only create divisions, increase tensions and destabilize stability.”
Wayne Bin responded to the US president’s remarks but expressed interest in establishing friendly and cooperative relations with Washington.