US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said on Thursday that his country expects its G7 partners to impose restrictions on Chinese goods that are produced using forced labour.
“We expect that our G7 partners will look at various forms of restrictions on goods that are proven to be produced with forced labor. The precise form of these restrictions will vary from country to country. But our expectation is that we will align in a broad approach to take tangible action,” Sullivan told reporters during a telephonic briefing.
Sullivan elaborated that the G7 identifies three sectors where the communist country has put forced labor to use– garments, agriculture and solar energy.