Canada issues warning to China over alleged police stations
by The Canadian Parvasi
Amid the growing conflict between Canada and China, reports suggest that Canada summoned the Chinese ambassador to the country to issue a warning about the reported ‘Chinese Overseas Police Stations’ located in Canada and around the world. Reports have identified at least three such police stations to be in Ontario.
Weldon Epp, the director general of North Asia for Canada’s foreign ministry, while addressing a special parliamentary committee on the relations between China and Canada, asserted, “We’ve had several engagements. We’ve called the ambassador in on multiple occasions, and we have conveyed our deep concern.”
“The government of Canada has formally insisted that the Chinese government take account for… any activities within Canada that fall outside of the Vienna Conventions, and account for those and ensure that they cease and desist.”
Authorities will take “further decisions for how we take that forward, depending on how they respond” according to Epp.