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Le Yucheng was appointed as the Deputy Director of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television to discuss the dispute over the line | Ministry of Foreign Affairs | Sino-Russian Relations | Xi Jinping

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Le Yucheng was appointed as the Deputy Director of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television to discuss the dispute over the line | Ministry of Foreign Affairs | Sino-Russian Relations | Xi Jinping

[Epoch Times, June 14, 2022](Comprehensive report by The Epoch Times reporter Ning Haizhong) Le Yucheng, the vice foreign minister who is rumored to be the most popular foreign minister of the CCP, was appointed as the deputy director of the State Administration of Radio and Television of the Communist Party of China today (14th). . Earlier, after it was reported that Le Yucheng was transferred to the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television, his name was listed on the official website of the bureau and then removed. Le Yucheng was rarely called out of the diplomatic system, and was accused of being related to differences within the CCP over the pro-Russian line.

On June 14, the official website of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the Communist Party of China released information on the appointment and removal of officials from the State Council. Among them, Le Yucheng was appointed as the deputy director of the State Administration of Radio and Television, and his position as the deputy minister of foreign affairs was removed.

In addition, according to the updated information in the “General Administration Leadership” column of the official website of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television, Le Yucheng has served as the deputy director of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television.

The 58-year-old Le Yucheng was originally the deputy minister in charge of daily diplomatic work, in charge of foreign affairs related to Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. He was an alternate member of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. There have been rumors about his being transferred out of the diplomatic system.

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The pro-CCP Hong Kong media “Sing Tao Daily” reported on May 26 that Le Yucheng would be transferred to the CCP’s State Administration of Radio, Film and Television as the deputy director.

On May 28, the “General Administration Leaders” column on the official website of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television of the Communist Party of China showed that Le Yucheng ranked second to Nie Chenxi, director of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television, and above the other three deputy directors. However, Le Yucheng’s name was later removed on the same day.

Naio Yaita, director of the Taipei branch of Japan’s Sankei Shimbun, wrote on Facebook on June 11 that Le Yucheng is the only alternate member of the Central Committee among the six vice ministers of the CCP’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and is regarded by the outside world as the only successor to Foreign Minister Wang Yi. . Le Yucheng’s transfer is a very obvious downgrade transfer, which shows that he should have made some mistakes in his work in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

At that time, Naio Yaita believed that Le Yucheng’s departure or stay was a symbol of whether the CCP continued to support Russia in diplomacy. Le Yucheng was mobilized repeatedly, but once the Russian army was defeated on the battlefield in Ukraine, Le Yucheng might still have to leave the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

On June 12, “Light Media” signed Gu Feng’s article, saying that Le Yucheng was a pro-Russian faction and a Xi faction. The reason why he was transferred from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was mainly because the anti-Xi faction denied Xi Jinping’s pro-Russian and anti-American diplomatic line. . Le Yucheng’s departure or stay is a barometer of the CCP’s relations with Russia, and it is also a true portrayal of the struggle between the CCP’s two lines.

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The article quoted people familiar with the matter as saying that infighting has occurred within the CCP over Sino-Russian relations. Xi Jinping, who advocates that it must advance and retreat with Russia, has disagreed with party veterans and anti-Xi factions such as Li Keqiang, who believe that to avoid sanctions from the United States and Europe, the CCP must cut diplomatically with Russia. In the end, the Politburo decided to transfer Le Yucheng to the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television as deputy director. But Xi Jinping voted against it at the time.

According to public information, Le Yucheng graduated from the Russian Language and Literature Department of Nanjing Normal University. As early as the 1980s, he worked in the Department of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He was sent to work in the Chinese Embassy in Russia twice, and became the Chinese Communist Party in 2013. Ambassador to Kazakhstan, in 2014 as the Chinese ambassador to India. In 2016, Le Yucheng served as the deputy director of the Office of the Leading Group for Foreign Affairs of the CPC Central Committee, and in 2018, he served as the vice minister of foreign affairs.

On February 4, after Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Beijing and held talks with Xi Jinping, Le Yucheng told the media about the outcome of the talks: “There is no ceiling in Sino-Russian relations, there is no terminal, only gas stations.” After Putin returned to China, Russia immediately launched an invasion war against Ukraine. International media have pointed out that Le Yucheng’s speech is accused of confirming that the CCP supports Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.

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On April 27, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the “Xi Jinping Axis Act” bill, which requires the State Department to submit regular reports to Congress that the CCP supports Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The bill directly names Xi Jinping.

In addition, in addition to Le Yucheng’s transfer, the CCP’s propaganda mouth has undergone intensive changes recently. Li Shulei, the executive vice president of the Central Party School, who is regarded as a close associate of Xi Jinping, was transferred on June 5 to the deputy director of the Central Propaganda Department in charge of daily work. The president and editor-in-chief of Xinhua News Agency of the Communist Party of China were replaced at the same time on June 7. Fu Hua was appointed as the president of Xinhua News Agency; Lv Yansong was appointed as the editor-in-chief of Xinhua News Agency.

Responsible editor: Fang Ming

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