Foreign media attention: General Administration of Customs suspends Lithuanian beef import declaration

2022-06-13 0 By

Beijing, Feb 10 (Reuters) – China’s General Administration of Customs has decided to suspend the acceptance of Lithuanian beef import declarations for shipments starting after February 9.The information was updated in a list of meat products exported to China from countries or regions that meet the requirements for evaluation and review posted on the website of the General Administration of Customs.The dispute with China broke out after Lithuania allowed the establishment of a so-called “Taiwan representative office” in vilnius, the Lithuanian capital, according to reports.China has downgraded diplomatic relations with Lithuania.Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian has said That China has always acted in accordance with wto rules, following the European Union’s announcement that it would launch a wto case against China over Lithuania.The question of neutrality is a political one, not an economic one.