Britain's new foreign secretary, David Covey, visited Singapore on the 29th.

(Associated Press)

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] The new British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly said bluntly when he was invited to attend a forum in Singapore on Thursday (29th) that China's deviation from international norms has not only damaged its reputation, but its world status has also been affected.

According to comprehensive foreign media reports, on the 26th, Ke Weili, who started his first visit to East Asia after taking office in early September, after Japan and South Korea, arrived in Singapore on Thursday (29th) to meet with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Huang Xuncai, and Minister of Foreign Affairs Wei Wen and others, exchanged views on issues such as the Indo-Pacific order, the Taiwan Strait issue, and regional economy and trade.

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Ke Weili, who only met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at the United Nations General Assembly in New York last week, expressed his concern about the situation in the Taiwan Strait to Wang Yi at that time, and also stressed that the UK would be committed to maintaining international order and peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait.

When he was invited to attend the Asia Summit hosted by the Milken Institute in Singapore on Thursday, Coveley reiterated the UK's commitment and position on the Indo-Pacific region.

In his speech at the summit, Kevli bluntly stated that it is impossible not to mention China in the Indo-Pacific region, because China is the main influencer of the current global trend, "but when Beijing is divorced from the world order and rules, it chooses to be aggressive with the likes of Russia. The national team standing in the country, its world status is bound to be affected accordingly.”

He also said that the UK is a faithful and reliable partner in the Indo-Pacific region, and for the UK, peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region is of paramount importance.

No matter what, the British government will defend the sovereignty, economy and security of itself and its partners. If the CCP violates the rights and interests of its allies, I believe that no British government will sit idly by.