China News Service, Beijing, January 30th (Reporter Li Jingze and Zhang Weiran) Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning presided over a regular press conference on January 30th.

  A reporter asked: According to reports, an African-American man, Tyre Nichols, was killed by five policemen in Memphis, Tennessee, while driving, triggering protests and demonstrations in many places in the United States.

What is China's comment?

  Mao Ning: This tragedy is heartbreaking.

The groans of Freud, an African-American young man, "I can't breathe" are still in my ears, and the tragedy of police violence and law enforcement has been staged again.

According to data released by the non-profit organization "Police Violence Law Enforcement Map", in 2022, 1,186 people will die in the United States due to police law enforcement, an average of 3.2 people per day, a record high since records began in 2013.

Among them, African-American deaths accounted for as high as 26%, far exceeding the proportion of African-Americans in the total US population of 13%.

  The United States always shouts democracy, freedom, and human rights internationally, and even uses this as an excuse to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries.

It is hoped that the U.S. government will abandon double standards, face up to the problems of domestic police violence and racial discrimination, and never allow similar tragedies to happen again.