Chinese media have no intention of engaging in an information war

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Chinese media have no intention of engaging in an information war but faced with lies they have to respond, Xu Lin, director of the State Council Information Office, said during Sunday’s briefing on the white paper “Fighting COVID-19: China in Action.” He stressed the response is not a war of words but about restoring truth. The COVID-19 epidemic is still spreading, Xu noted, calling for worldwide cooperation instead of shirking responsibilities.

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