,OTTAWA — Two Canadians detained by Beijing more than two years ago on suspicion of espionage will go before Chinese courts this week and the next, Canada said on Wednesday (March 17), again ramping up diplomatic tension between Ottawa and Beijing.rrChina arrested the men in December 2018 soon after Canadian police detained Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of telecoms giant Huawei Technologies, on a US warrant. She is under house arrest in Vancouver as she fights extradition to the United States.rr"Our embassy in Beijing has been notified that court hearings for Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig are scheduled to take place on March 19 and March 22, respectively," Foreign Minister Marc Garneau said in a statement.rr"We believe these detentions are arbitrary, and remain deeply troubled by the lack of transparency surrounding these proceedings."rrChina has a conviction rate of well over 99 per cent, and public and media access to trials in sensitive cases is typically limited.rrBeijing insists the detentions are not linked to Meng’s arrest.rrIn a separate statement, Global Affairs Canada spokesman Jason Kung told Reuters that Kovrig's hearing would take place in the capital, Beijing, with Spavor's held in the city of Dandong in the northeastern province of Liaoning.rrThe two men face spying charges and it is unclear how long the process may take, but "there will be a verdict," a Canadian government source said.rrPrime Minister Justin Trudeau has sought support from US President Joe Biden to counter Chinese influence.rr"Human beings are not bartering chips," Mr Biden said after speaking with Mr Trudeau by video link in February. "We're going to work together until we get their safe return."r
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