Protest Against China in Hungary and Lithuania Know reason and all you want to know
Now many countries of the world are coming out openly against China, which has trapped Pakistan and Sri Lanka in its debt trap. Lithuania, one of the smallest countries in Europe, has announced to leave the CEEC, the ambitious mission of Chinese President Xi Jinping. Under this project, China wants to strengthen its trade ties with Central and Eastern European countries. At the same time, China has suffered a second blow in Hungary, where thousands of people gheraoed the parliament in protest against the campus of the Chinese university to be built in the capital Budapest.
Rebellion against China may increase in European countries
The growing rebellion against China in Europe may intensify in the coming days. Actually, China’s plan is to fill America’s vacant space in Europe. During the tenure of Donald Trump, America had disputes with European countries on many issues. China saw an opportunity in this and without delay, it started making inroads among European countries. At the end of last year, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi took the initiative to strengthen bilateral ties by visiting European countries.
Thousands march to Parliament in Budapest
On this Saturday, in the Hungarian capital Budapest, thousands of people marched to parliament in protest against the campus of Fudan University of China. People say that China will work through its university to spread communist ideology in their country. Not only this, the construction of this campus will reduce the standard of higher education in Hungary.
China giving huge loan to Hungary
The Hungarian government and China have a very strong relationship. Despite this, due to the opposition of the people there, the construction work of this university has been affected. The campus of this university is being built at a cost of about $1.8 billion. This amount is many times more than the total budget spent on education in Hungary last year. But, due to the increasing protests of the people, the difficulties of the Hungarian government have increased.
What is the ruckus between Lithuania and China
Lithuania, a country with a population of 2.8 million, has left China’s CEEC Forum. This forum was started by China in 2012. It includes 17 countries of Europe, while the 18th country itself is China. Lithuania’s Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis called China’s CEEC forum divisive. He said that other countries of Europe should also leave this forum of China. The move of this small country of Europe is being described as a challenge for China.
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