LONDON (Reuters) – Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said on Tuesday that Britain would take care of a positive relationship with China but not at the expense of upholding its values.
“We are in a position to never relent or cease standing up for our values, along with the values of open societies, democracy and human rights,” Raab instructed Sky Recordsdata.
“That requires us to determine a calibrated attain to China, but we favor a positive relationship where it’s imaginable. But we are in a position to never yield and we are in a position to never stop standing up for our values.”
Reporting by Andy Bruce and Man Faulconbridge, editing by Estelle Shirbon
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