U.S. And Japan Cooperating To Block CCP’s Military Aid To Russia

It was reported that on March 3rd, Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi met with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken in New Delhi, India, and agreed to strengthen cooperation to prevent Communist China from providing military assistance to Russia.

After the meeting, Blinken once again warned the CCP in his public speech that providing arms to Russia will face serious consequences. Blinken added that during a meeting with CCP diplomat Wang Yi during the Munich Security Conference last week, he raised the issue that if China provided arms and all military assistance to Russia, the relationship between the United States and China would have serious problems. This is also an issue of common concern to many countries.

From March 1st to 2nd, the foreign ministers of the G20 countries held a meeting in New Delhi, the capital of India. Due to the deepening geopolitical tensions caused by the current Russia-Ukraine war, the prospect is unpredictable. Therefore, the Russia-Ukraine war is an important part of the foreign ministers’ talks. Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi was absent from the G20 meeting for some reason, but he attended the QUAD foreign ministers’ meeting of the “Quadruple Security Dialogue” between the United States, Japan, India, and Australia.

The QUAD expressed concern about the militarization of China’s surrounding waters, and issued a joint statement after the meeting, emphasizing the importance of “observing international law” in the East China Sea and South China Sea, and “strongly opposing any unilateral actions that attempt to change the status quo or increase regional tensions.” It can be seen that the CCP’s participation and destruction of the geopolitical situation is the most concerning factor for the participants.

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