US Secretary of State warns against China aggression against neighboring countries

US Secretary of State warns against China aggression against neighboring countries. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who came to Japan on his first foreign trip, has said that he will have to intervene if it arises. Explain that Beijing claims the most part of the China Sea. This issue is not only related to Japan’s security concerns but also a big reason for the sourness in Sino-US relations.

US Secretary of State warns against China aggression against neighboring countries

On his first foreign trip to Tokyo with Defense Minister Lloyd Austin, Blinken said that whenever China adopts pressure and aggression, the US will act as needed. In a statement issued with their Japanese counterparts, Blinken and Austin said that China’s behavior is against the international system. In the statement, the two countries opposed efforts to undermine the international system. This is the first foreign visit of President Joe Biden’s top cabinet colleagues. The visit is also linked to the quad summit held last week. Significantly, Blinken’s statement comes ahead of a meeting in Alaska on Thursday, in which the two largest economies of the world will discuss their relationship. The US has been critical of Beijing’s policy of adopting a policy of coercion and aggression against its neighbors. China, however, denies that Washington is interfering in its internal affairs. US Secretary of State warns against China aggression against neighboring countries.

British PM Boris Johnson will visit India in April.

America will deal with China by tying up with democratic countries

A bill has been introduced in the US Senate to deal with China’s growing technological power and the threat it poses. The bill lays emphasis on developing partnerships and technology with democratic countries. Explain that the bill was introduced earlier this month by senators belonging to both parties under the leadership of Bill Mark Warner and Bob Menendez. If it takes the form of law, it will be known as the ‘Democracy Technology Partnership Act’.

British PM Boris Johnson will visit India in April.

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