‘Not language we would use,’ Jacinda Ardern says after China warns about ‘eyes being poked and blinded’

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says New Zealand’s relationship with China is about maintaining foreign policy independence, and being consistent and predictable.

She was quizzed about latest developments after the Five Eyes intelligence partnership – the US, UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand – said a new Chinese government resolution that led to the disqualification of four pro-democracy lawmakers in Hong Kong appeared to be “ part of a concerted campaign to silence all critical voices ”.…

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