Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson's Remarks
2022-01-25 08:15

Reuters: First, some Australian Members of Parliament have said China’s government is engaged in foreign interference after Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s WeChat account was hacked. Do you have any response to this accusation? 

Zhao Lijian: I am not aware of the relevant situation you mentioned and suggest that you refer your question to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his team running the account. 

The accusation of China interference is nothing but unfounded denigration and smear. We do not and have no interest in interfering in other countries. 

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