China’s territorial claims in Bhutan and recent incursions into Indian land are signs of their intentions, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday, under President Xi Jinping trying to find out if other countries were pushing back Are the ones.
Since May 5, Indian and Chinese troops have been locked in a bitter standoff in many areas along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh. The situation worsened in the conflict in the Galavan Valley last month, in which 20 Indian Army soldiers were killed.
China recently filed a claim at the Global Environment Facility (GEF) Council on the Sakteg Wildlife Sanctuary in Bhutan and opposed funding for the project.
“I think the action is completely consistent,” Pompeo quoted members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee as pointing to the world for decades, even though you’ve been arguing since 1989, but certainly After the Secretary-General Xi (Jinping) came to power from. Congress hearing on Thursday.
The Secretary of State said that China has a desire to expand its power and reach.
“They talk about bringing socialism with Chinese characteristics to the world. The claims that they have now infiltrated Bhutan for real estate in India are signs of Chinese intentions, and they are testing, they are Investigating the world, Pompeo said to see if we are going to stick to their threats and their threats.
The top US diplomat said, “I’m more convinced than a year ago that the world is ready to do this. There is so much work to be done, and we need to get serious about it.”
Pompeo told MPs in his testimony that India has banned 106 Chinese applications that threaten the privacy and security of its citizens.
“Our diplomatic efforts are working and momentum is building to mitigate the threats that the Chinese Communist Party presents. All 10 ASEAN countries have insisted that the South China Sea disputes be resolved on the basis of international law Should, including UNCLOS (United Nations Conference). He said that Japan targeted Hong Kong of China’s national security law condemning the G-7.
The European Union also condemned the law and declared China a systemic opponent for us.
Stoltenberg, general secretary in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, has called for China to be a major part of that coalition’s focus.
We led a multilateral effort to ensure that the United Nations World Intellectual Property Organization selected a director from a country that cares about intellectual property, the Secretary of State said.
“Our QUAD (Quadrilateral Security Dialogue) – the United States, Australia, India, and Japan – has been reinforced. We have worked hard on this. Our diplomats have done amazing work. I am very proud of the progress. . ” are doing. Apart from these multilateral efforts, the Department of Justice is cracking down on Chinese intellectual property threats, ”he said.
He said that the United States had approved Chinese leaders in Xinjiang province to treat Uygar minorities, imposed export controls on the companies they supported, and against using slave labor in their supply chains to American businesses Warned, he said.
The US has ended special treatment agreements with Hong Kong people in response to the CCP’s action to deny them freedom. “We closed our consulate in Houston because it was a detective’s base,” he said.