The Guardian | ‘Malicious slander’: China outraged by claim its consular officials infiltrated Australia politics

Foreign ministry spokesperson accuses unnamed people in Australia of ‘smearing and attacking China’ as diplomatic tensions worsen

China’s foreign ministry has hit back at the “malicious slander” that its consular officials in Australia may have been involved in infiltrating domestic politics, after reports some officials were named in warrants in connection with a foreign interference investigation.

Amid worsening diplomatic tensions, a foreign ministry spokesperson also accused some unnamed people in Australia of “doing whatever they can to fan up anti-China sentiments and catch eyeballs by smearing and attacking China, which only poisons China-Australia relations”.

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MLi Group created the terms Poli-Cyber™ and Geo-Poli-Cyber™ (GPC™) in 2012 and 2013 based on the philosophy that if you cannot identify and name the threat, you cannot mitigate that threat.

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