China criticizes US Indo-Pacific strategy as ‘Cold War mentality’, ‘Block policy’
China criticizes US Indo-Pacific strategy as ‘Cold War mentality’, ‘Block policy’

China criticizes US Indo-Pacific strategy as ‘Cold War mentality’, ‘Block policy’

China has criticized the US Indo-Pacific strategy, saying it has no future and is reviving “the cold war mentality” and “bloc politics” beyond bringing division and turbulence to the region. I would like to point out that bad intentions underlie the so-called Indo-Pacific strategy devised under the pretext of the China threat, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told the media on Monday, commenting on Biden- the administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy, last published. week.

This ‘strategy’, which revives the Cold War mentality and bloc policy, has nothing new and no future, but will only bring division and turbulence to the Asia-Pacific, Wang said. What the United States says in its Indo-Pacific strategy is different from what it actually does, he said.

The report on the U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy, released last week, outlines President Joe Biden’s vision of anchoring the country’s position in the Indo-Pacific, strengthening the region, and supporting India’s progress and regional leadership in the process. China, the strategic report said, is combining its economic, diplomatic, military and technological power as it pursues a sphere of influence in the Indo-Pacific and seeks to become the world’s most influential power.

The Chinese coercion and aggression extends across the globe, but it is most acute in the Indo-Pacific, it says. China is also undermining human rights and international law, including freedom of navigation, as well as other principles that have brought stability and prosperity to the Indo-Pacific, the strategy report said.

The report says the United States will strengthen its relations with leading regional partners, including India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam and the Pacific Islands. The United States claims to promote ‘freedom and openness’ in the region, but in fact forms an exclusive clique through AUKUS (US, UK, Australia) and QUAD (US, India, Australia and Japan), “he said.

The strategy claims to strengthen regional security, but generates serious risks for nuclear proliferation, which would undermine regional peace and stability, he said. It claims to promote regional prosperity, but incites opposition and confrontation between regional countries, which undercuts the ASEAN-galloped regional cooperation architecture that has formed over the years and poses a serious threat to regional cooperation results and development opportunities, he said.

The Indo-Pacific Strategic Report was released on Friday, a day for a Quad ministerial meeting in Melbourne, Australia, where foreign ministers from Australia, India, Japan and the United States on Friday expressed concern over the malicious Chinese role in the region. .

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