China's state media said in an English version of the G7 Summit that the summit of the seven major countries mentioned the situation in Taiwan and human rights issues in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region. ", And reported critically by reporting an interview with an expert.

The G7 Summit, which was held in the United Kingdom and closed on the 13th, focused on responding to China, and the Leaders' Declaration summarizing the results emphasized the importance of peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait, as well as the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The situation in Hong Kong demands respect for human rights and basic freedoms.

Regarding this, the state-owned Xinhua News Agency said in the English version, "While cooperating with China on issues such as climate change, Xinjiang, Hong Kong, and Taiwan under the pretext of supporting the international system under the rule of law. And so on. "

He then critically reported in an interview with an expert at the University of Cambridge who is familiar with China, saying, "If the G7 tries to exclude or contain China, that's a mistake."

On the other hand, the Chinese version of the Xinhua News Agency reported that the G7 summit had been vaccinated for 1 billion times, but did not mention China in the Leaders' Declaration.

China's 14th is a "Danobushi" holiday, and the Chinese government has not yet shown an official response, but it is expected to show strong opposition in the future.