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Saturday, December 3, 2016

Chinese foreign Ministry ignored the words Elizabeth II on coarse Chinese diplomats


Queen Elizabeth II, discussing with the head of the police of London the visit of President XI Jinping to the UK in 2015, called Chinese diplomats rude. A video of an informal conversation hit the media and caused a lot of noise, however, Chinese foreign Ministry chose not to comment on the incident.

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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II quite sharply spoke about the representatives of the Chinese delegation that accompanied the Chairman XI Jinping during his first visit to the United Kingdom in October 2015.

The head of the Royal dynasty, in particular, noted that Chinese officials acted “very rude” with the British Ambassador to China Barbara Woodward. Their dissatisfaction with Elizabeth expressed during the conversation with the commander of police of London Lucy D’orsi during a social reception in the garden of Buckingham Palace, held on may 10.

D’orsi reported to the Queen that during XI Jinping’s visit to Britain it was responsible for the security of the Chinese delegation. “Oh, you’re out of luck,” sympathized lady monarchs.

China censors comments that Queen’s officials were “very rude”. BBC TV reports blacks outhttps://t.co/CqreLKL6TVhttps://t.co/7b4rxO2Y6Z

— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) may 11, 2016

British media write that Elizabeth II was accompanied by her official statement, which filmed the conversation, which then leaked into the public space. Bi-bi-si suggested that the Queen apparently did not notice that the conversation on cameras.

However, the international scandal has not broken out. The official representative of the foreign Ministry of China, Lu Kang refused to give assessment to the Queen, noting that XI Jinping’s visit was “very successful” and “opened the Golden age in the history of Sino-British relations”, reports TASS. At Buckingham Palace also did not comment on private conversations of the monarch.

China FM insists President XI’s visit to UK was “very successful” and began a “golden era”https://t.co/Ax7xIPYBXS pic.twitter.com/UcYSxv66QO

— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) may 11, 2016

We will remind that earlier rash statements on the same reception in the Palace allowed himself to British Prime Minister David Cameron. Forgetting the included microphone, the Prime Minister called Nigeria and Afghanistan, “perhaps the most corrupt countries in the world.”

The President of Nigeria muhammadu Buhari said in response that she was “shocked” comments Cameron. A senior official of Afghanistan called the characteristics of the Prime Minister’s “unfair”.

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