China News Service, Beijing, October 28 (Reporter Zhang Su) In response to Japanese leaders’ China-related remarks at the East Asia Summit, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin responded at a regular press conference on the 28th, saying that Japanese leaders were on multilateral occasions. Unreasonably interfered in China's internal affairs, and China has lodged solemn representations with Japan in this regard.

Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Wang Wenbin.

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  A reporter asked that on October 27, Japanese leaders interfered in China’s internal affairs on Taiwan-related, Hong Kong-related, and Xinjiang-related issues at the East Asia Summit, accusing China of harming Japanese sovereignty in the East China Sea and violating the Law of the Sea Convention in the South China Sea, and said that they oppose the region. Economic coercion".

What is China's comment.

  Wang Wenbin pointed out that Japanese leaders blatantly ignored facts on multilateral occasions, engaged in "smear diplomacy," and unreasonably interfered in China's internal affairs. They were not constructive to the healthy and stable development of Sino-Japanese relations and regional peace and stability.

  "The Chinese side has made solemn representations to the Japanese side in this regard." Wang Wenbin said.