Xi Jinping In Fear: Afraid To Dine With Heads Of Allies

On September 16, according to a source from Uzbek government, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader Xi Jinping did not show up for a dinner at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit attended by 11 heads of state, citing compliance with the delegation’s COVID prevention policy.

Xi, on his first trip since the outbreak, has reportedly arrived in the Uzbek city of Samarkand to attend a China-Russia-led SCO meeting. However, he was absent in photos released that night as the multi-national leaders, including Russian President Putin and Turkish President Erdogan, went to dinner on the evening of the 15th.

An Uzbek government Source confirmed Xi’s absence.

Miles Guo pointed out that as the leader of the world’s public enemy, the CCP, Xi was aware that his trip is full of uncertainty and could be risky any time, because the world is full of people who are sincerely determined to take down the CCP and are like-minded comrades in arms with the Whistleblower Movement.

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