Beijing rejects FBI-MI5 warning of China threat

HISTORY: MI5 Director-General Ken McCallum said the service had "already more than doubled our previously limited efforts against Chinese activity of concern," adding that it was carrying out seven times as many investigations as it did in 2018.
FBI Director Christopher Wray said the Chinese government posed "the greatest long-term threat" to economic and national security to Britain, the US and allies in Europe and elsewhere.
In response to a question about McCallum and Wray's comments, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said at a regular press briefing that the US was "the greatest threat to world peace and development," while the British were "starting alarming out of nowhere." published reports”. aiming to "hype up the 'China threat' theory".
Zhao said China has urged both countries to "stop spreading rumours."

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