Biden: I’m not worried about the possibility of a military conflict with China because there is no need for that

US President Joe Biden stressed that he is not concerned about the possibility of an armed conflict between the United States and China, noting that “there is no need for a conflict on the ground.

Biden said, in response to a question about this issue during a press conference held Tuesday evening at the conclusion of the 26th United Nations Conference of Parties to the Framework Convention on Climate Change in the Scottish city of Glasgow: “Am I concerned about an armed conflict with China? No, I’m not… I do not foresee any necessity for a conflict on the ground.”

Biden indicated that there is what can avoid the outbreak of conflict between the two parties, stressing that there are multiple issues that the United States and China must work on to resolve, including cyber security.

Relations between China and the United States are witnessing constant tension, which has escalated in the past years against the background of many issues, foremost of which is the Corona virus pandemic, the issue of Hong Kong, trade disputes, the issue of energy fields in the South China Sea, the Taiwan file, and the issue of human rights in Chinese territory, especially the region Changan Autonomous.

Source: agencies

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button