收藏中国人民公安大学出版社 社长致辞 | 出版社简介 | 帮助中心 
      高级搜索
访问群众出版社

There Is No So-Called Overseas Police Stations

中国人民公安大学出版社  2023/7/12 9:27:36
浏览次数:1257  

  
  Reuters: Canada’s minister for public safety said that there may be many more secret Chinese police stations operating in Canada. Can the spokesperson provide any comment?
  Wang Wenbin: We have stated our position on such rhetoric multiple times. There is no so-called overseas police stations. The relevant institutions helped overseas Chinese who could not return to China due to the pandemic renew their driving license and perform physical examination. They are not so-called police stations or police service centers at all. The local Chinese groups who helped provide venues for the services and the volunteers are Chinese from the local communities who are willing to help their compatriots, not Chinese police personnel. In light of the evolving COVID situation and relevant services now available online, the relevant service centers have been closed. China always upholds the principle of non-interference in other countries’ internal affairs, strictly observes the international law, and respects the judicial sovereignty of all countries. We urge Canada to stop spreading disinformation and stop smearing and discrediting China.■

  
  
  





编辑:现代世界警察----石虹   

    站内搜索

关键字
方 式

Copyright 2007 © 中国人民公安大学出版社™ All Rights Reserved
地址:北京市西城区木樨地南里甲一号  邮编:100038    出版社位置地图
出版社电话:010-83905589  010-83903250(兼传真)  购书咨询:010-83901775  010-83903257
E-mail:zbs@cppsup.com   zbs@cppsu.edu.cn
互联网地址:www.cppsup.com.cn  www.phcppsu.com.cn