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China's ambassador to Germany, Wu Ken, was called in for "urgent talks" on
Tuesday with state secretary Miguel Berger, the Foreign Ministry said.
Wu was summoned following a move by Beijing to sanction European officials
in retaliation for EU measures responding to China's crackdown on the UyghurMuslim minority.
During the discussion, Berger "made clear the German government's view that
China's sanctions against European MPs, scientists and political
institutions as well as non-governmental organizations represent an
inappropriate escalation that unnecessarily strains ties between the EU and
China," the Foreign Ministry said.
Observer Hosuk Lee-Makiyama, director of the European Center for
International Political Economy (ECIPE), a Brussels-based think tank, says
people should realize that China has a lot of leverage and a message that
clearly says drop sanctions or miss profiting on Chinese growth: "China
doesn't have to open up. That's the message. It's presenting a clear choice.
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