China strongly denounces U.S. demand to close Chinese consulate in Houston

China unequivocally censures the U.S. for requesting that China close its Consulate General in Houston, Texas, asking it to review its off-base choice or there will be countermeasures, said the Chinese Foreign Ministry on Wednesday.

 The U.S. unexpectedly requested that China close its Consulate General in Houston in 72 hours beginning July 21.

The move  as indicated by U.S. State Department was to “secure Americans’ licensed innovation and private data.” accordingly, China said the choice is a political incitement made by the U.S., which has truly disregarded global law, fundamental standards of worldwide relations just as applicable arrangements of the China-U.S. Consular Treaty, said Chinese Foreign Ministry representative Wang Wenbin.

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