America spoke on Indo China border dispute, China has been threatening for a long time, we are with India now


US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said that given the threat of Chinese military capabilities, the US can certainly join hands with many partner countries around the world, including India. He said the progress made by the Chinese Army is true. President Xi Jinping is increasing his military capabilities. Our Ministry of Defense is making every effort to understand this threat.

Foreign Minister Pompeo said that I am confident that under the leadership of President Trump, our Defense Department, our military and our National Security Institute are so capable that we can protect Americans. "Actually, we can have a good partnership with our allies around the world, India, Australia, South Korea, Japan, Brazil, Europe," he said. We can be good partners and this will also ensure that the American model of independence in Western countries is also in these countries.

Replying to a question on the recent border dispute between India and China, Pompeo said, China has been doing all this since March. He had been trying for this for a long time. They will do something there that will benefit them, but we are with India. China has only been threatening and has been doing this work for a long time.

Responded to China for the first time

The US Secretary of State said, for the first time, we have an administration that is really ready to react and say that this can no longer be tolerated. This government has taken some necessary steps, which shows how serious our government is to save the American people from China.

60 anti-China bills pending

There are 60 bills pending in the US Parliament against China. To this, Pompeo said, I do not know which of those 60 will reach the President. I trust the people of Congress. Many of the 60 bills are bipartisan. A bill related to Uygar Muslims was brought in China last week. I want the members of Congress to continue studying this issue and help the Trump administration.