New York Democratic Gov. Cathy Hoshol delivered a keynote speech last week at the China General Chamber of Commerce (CGCC) at the event, US affiliate leaders for Chinese companies sanctioned by China told The Washington Free Beacon on Monday.
According to the report, the Chamber of Commerce represents US companies affiliated with Chinese state-owned enterprises, including more than The United States has imposed sanctions on dozens of companies for supporting alleged human rights abuses by the Chinese military and Beijing.
Many are already viewing New York’s governor’s speech at the Chinese dinner party as part of a campaign to prepare for a sharp gubernatorial election in November of this year.
According to the US online portal, Kathy Hochhol proudly mentioned the “wonderful system of relations” between the US and China at the dinner and did not talk about Beijing’s alleged human rights abuses and military action.
In addition to the Democratic politicians, Qin Gang, the Chinese ambassador to Washington, and Huang Ping, the Chinese consul general in New York, spoke. As senior officials of the Chinese Communist Party, both have previously taken a stand against the United States on a number of geopolitical issues.
According to The Washington Free Beacon, Ambassador Chen allegedly sent to Moscow intelligence from US diplomats about US plans to repel the Ukrainian invasion of Russia.
The Chinese diplomat threatened the United States last week not to try to support Taiwan’s independence from China.
Consul General Huang, who previously met with Governor Kathy Hochul, denied the allegations of alleged genocide against Chinese Uyghurs and said Chinese camps for holding members of the Muslim minority are operating legally.
According to the portal, the CGCC dinner shows that Chinese companies affected by US criminal sanctions maintain and maintain excellent relations with business and politics in the United States. CGCC partner organizations include the American Governors Association (NGA), the US-China Business Council (USCBC), the US Chamber of Commerce (USCC), and the National Commission on US-China Relations (NCUSCR). The latter is a corporate-backed diplomatic group that also maintains good relations with the Biden administration.
(Featured photo: Kathy Hochhol in New York, USA, Feb. 22. Photo:
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