US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo has said that the US is reviewing to reduce its forces from Europe and deploying elsewhere due to China posing a threat to India and Southeast Asian countries. He said this in response to a question during one of his virtual addresses at the Brussels Forum. Pompeo’s remarks are significant in the context of the ongoing tension between India and China. He was asked why the US had reduced its forces from Germany. His answer was – because it is being sent elsewhere. He described China as a threat to India and Southeast Asia.
Communist Party of China threatens many countries:
The US Secretary of State said, due to the actions of the ruling Communist Party of China, a threat has arisen around India, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia and the South China Sea. We will ensure that the US Army is deployed in the right place to meet these challenges. Last week, Pompeo had severely criticized the Chinese regime.
He said that the Chinese government is trying to implement new rules and regulations. Pompeo said the Donald Trump administration has strategically reviewed the deployment of the US military over the past two years. The US has seen the dangers and understood how to share resources such as cyber, intelligence and military.
The whole world is facing China: Mike Pompeo
Earlier, Mike Pompeo said that he had accepted a proposal to negotiate with the European Union’s foreign policy head, Josep Borel, about China. For this, he is going to Europe soon. Pompeo said that it is not just America that is facing China, the whole world is facing China. Pompeo said that I spoke to the European Union foreign ministers this month and got a lot of feedback about the Communist Party of China. Several facts have emerged, including the deadly clash with India in Ladakh, the provocative action by the People’s Liberation Army.