China has warned Britain that bilateral ties stand at a “crucial historical juncture” over London’s deferral of an 18 billion pound nuclear power project, the Financial Times reported on Monday.
China’s Ambassador to the UK Liu Xiaoming wrote in the FT that he hoped London would keep its door open to China and that the British government would continue to support the nuclear project and come to a decision as soon as possible.
Britain said last week it wanted closer ties with China, but resisted pressure from Beijing to sign off on a $24 billion nuclear power project that was delayed at the last minute by Prime Minister Theresa May.
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