China’s top foreign policy official to visit three countries to ease alarm over China

China’s top diplomatic official to visit three countries for purposes to ease alarm over China or August 31 at 8:03 p.m.

A member of the Political Bureau, who oversees foreign policy in China, will visit three countries from the first day: Myanmar, Spain and Greece. Foreign Minister Wang is also currently visiting Europe and is located to ease fears about China’s growing vigilance over its response to the new coronavirus and Hong Kong’s problems.

At a press conference on September 31, a spokesman for China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that a member of the Political Bureau, who oversees foreign policy, will visit three countries: Myanmar, Spain and Greece from 1st to 4th September.

Mr Liu has just visited Singapore and South Korea this month, and Foreign Minister Wang is also visiting five European countries, including Italy, France and Germany, as his first foreign destinations since the spread of the new coronavirus.

China’s growing diplomatic activities are likely to be aimed at easeing the growing sense of alarm about China following the spread of the new Coronavirus and the enforcement of the Hong Kong National Security Maintenance Act, as well as to avoid isolation in the international community by strengthening relations with visiting countries as the conflict with the United States deepens.