Chinese President Xi Jinping has ordered unrestricted Chinese forces to be ready for war between the growing dispute over the Southern China Sea and the troubled US. China wants to further strengthen its military capabilities by increasing the border dispute on the Southern China Sea and the trade war between America and China.
China’s President Xi Jinping has instructed his army to prepare for war, unexpectedly, in the growing dispute over the Southern China Sea and the US. During the crucial meeting with high officials on Friday, the President talked about possible preparations for the war.
According to Chinese official news agency Xinhua, President Xi Jinping has asked the senior army officers to make every effort to fulfill the challenges of China’s security and development in view of the challenges and potential dangers of China. Shi Jinping is also the President of the Central Military Commission. Earlier, during the preparations of the 69th National Day in China in September, the Chinese President had instructed his army to be prepared for war.
Chinese President Xi Jinping
China wants to further strengthen its military capabilities by increasing the border dispute on the Southern China Sea and the trade war between America and China. The news agency Xinhua said that Xi Jinping said in the meeting with his top military officers that the threat and challenges are increasing in China, so our security forces need more work to protect them.
According to the news agency, President Jinping said that the world is experiencing many such changes that have never been seen in this century. China is still in the critical period of strategic development of development. In emergency, our security forces need to be able to respond promptly. For this, there is a need to upgrade joint operational capabilities and prepare new types of advanced combat forces.
This statement of Xi Jinping came shortly after signing the US President Donald Trump’s Asia Résiod Initiative Act, which confirms the American commitment to protect the island.
However, US President Donald Trump said on Friday that the business related negotiations with China are going in the right direction. Trump said in the Rose Garden, “There is a wide-ranging business-related conversation with our China. The President is taking great interest in me and I too. We are talking at the highest level, we are doing very well.
Trump said, ‘In the meanwhile, we have taken a trade bill of several billion dollars from China and others. Our steel industry has made a great comeback and I am very happy with it. ”
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