Home News The aftermath of China-Canada-U.S. relations after Meng Wanzhou’s release-BBC News

The aftermath of China-Canada-U.S. relations after Meng Wanzhou’s release-BBC News

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  • Feng Zhaoyin, Gordon Corera, Jessica Murphy
  • BBC reporter

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The former diplomat, Kang Mingkai, hugged his wife after arriving in Toronto.

A month ago on the tarmac at Toronto Pearson Airport, the moment when Michael Kovrig hugged his wife Vina Nadjibulla was recorded by a photojournalist. At that time, he had spent more than 1,000 days in a concrete cell in China.

It was an emotional reunion, because Canadians all know that this is not an ordinary homecoming.

Kovrig and his Canadian compatriot Michael Spavor (Michael Spavor) are already known all over the world as “Two Michaels” (“Two Michaels”, Kovrig’s English name is also “Michael”).

They were detained because they were accused of being spies, and both denied the charges. Canada arrested a Chinese businessman at the request of the US authorities in December 2018, and the detention of the two Michaels was widely regarded as a response from Beijing.

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