China has warned against using the Brexit referendum to spread panic in financial markets.
“We hope our friends in Great Britain can manage and calm the situation,” the deputy Chinese foreign minister Li Boadong said today. “It is a sudden challenge, but we can’t just fall into panic.”
China has confidence in the economic fundamentals of Great Britian and the European Union, Li Boading said.
China’s top diplomat said a stable Europe was in the interests of the world. He said he hoped and believed the EU and Great Britian could agree on a stable transition.