As Lithuania faces China intimidation, EU leaders vow to push back
Brussels, Oct. 28 (CNA) Senior EU leaders have described a punitive Chinese campaign against Lithuania as unjustified, stating that a proposed Vilnius Taiwan representative office does not breach the bloc's One China policy.
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