US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's big announcement, Chinese media is in bad shape
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's big announcement, Chinese media is in bad shape

On Monday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo targeted China's official media. He clamped down on the Chinese media and informed that the US has fixed the number of Chinese citizens working for China's five official outlets in the country. A senior state official said Xinhua News Agency, China Radio International, China Global Television Network and China Daily have been asked to reduce their Chinese workforce from 160 to 100. The official said that he has been asked to follow the new lines by March 13.

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On this matter, Pompeo said on Monday that the limit applies to five Chinese state media entities operating in the US, designated as foreign missions, assuming they are effectively controlled by the Chinese government. Pompeo said that unlike foreign media organizations in China, these organizations are not independent news organizations. He alleged that over the years, the Chinese government has treated the American and other foreign journalists operating in China very badly.

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The Trump administration has been alleging for a long time that the five media institutions operating in America are working in the manner of the Chinese Embassy in America and are trying to get the intelligence of America. The United States has issued a decree to convert these institutions into a foreign embassy category, seeking details of the employees and their properties. This decision of the US was strongly criticized by China. China described the Chinese media as completely free and fair.

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