Solid judicial evidence in the Spavor and Kovrig . Is

Solid judicial evidence in the Spavor and Kovrig .  Is

The Chinese embassy in Canada on Monday condemned Canada’s blatant interference with China’s judicial sovereignty, stressing that the evidence in the cases of Canadian citizens Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig is solid and that China is under pressure from outside pressure on its rule of law. Will never bow down. Because citizenship is not a “talisman” to escape the law.

Canadian citizens Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor (r.)

Found out on 3rd September Global Times From a source familiar with the matter that Spavor, who was sentenced in August to 11 years in prison for spying and illegally passing Chinese state secrets to foreign entities, repeatedly took pictures and videos of Chinese military equipment and Some of them shared the photos illegally to the people. will be outside China.

The photos and videos were classified as second-class state secrets. The source said Spavor was an important informant to Kovrig and provided him with information for a long time.

“China has repeatedly taken its serious stand on spawner and covariance matters. The information provided by the competent authorities shows that the evidence in these cases is solid. China is a country where rule of law prevails. Anyone who breaks the law in China will be punished under Chinese law.

Chinese judicial authorities have handled relevant cases in accordance with the law and on the basis of solid evidence. “The rights of the two people were fully respected,” the embassy said in a statement published on its website on Monday.

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The embassy statement comes at a time when Canada is accusing China of “arbitrary detention” and “forced diplomacy”.

Media reported that Kovrig and Spavor were detained in China for 1,000 days on Sunday, and their supporters took to the streets in Ottawa and other places.

“Such allegations are completely misleading and a covert act. Canada declared against so-called arbitrary arrests for assembling a gang to pressure China through ‘microphone diplomacy’. Failing this doomed for,” declared the embassy.

The embassy stressed that such efforts would never be successful and that China would never succumb to external pressure on its rule of law.

The embassy said Canada acted as an ally of the US in arresting Meng Wanzhou on false charges and suppressing Chinese high-tech companies. “It was almost arbitrary arrests and forced diplomacy”.

The Chinese embassy again urged Canada to respect China’s legal sovereignty, refrain from making irresponsible statements, correct its mistakes as soon as possible and make the right decision to release Meng.

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