Argentine ambassador to China condemns Pelosi’s visit, calls it ‘provocation’

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#Argentine Ambassador to #China Sabino Vaca #Narvaja expressed his firm support for China in its efforts to defend its territorial integrity and condemned U.S. House Speaker Nancy #Pelosi’s visit to China’s #Taiwan region, referring to it as a “provocation”, during an exclusive interview in #Spanish with #CGTN and China Media Group on Friday. The ambassador said in the 21st century, colonial cleavages cannot be allowed. Watch the video for more!

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