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Blinken suggests more US contacts amid fears of "aggression" China

Blinken suggests more US contacts amid fears of “aggression” China

“We will work with our allies and partners to maintain the rule of law that we have worked together for decades to keep the region open and accessible” (Image: Graeme Jennings / Bull via REUTERS)

The US Secretary of State Anthony Blingen, This Tuesday pointed out a strategy to deepen his country’s alliances Asia, Proposes to strengthen security and intelligence work with allies in the Indo-Pacific region. China.

During his visit to Indonesia, Blinken described the Indo-Pacific region as the most powerful part of the world, where everyone has a responsibility to make a subtle reference to China and maintain a status quo without coercion and intimidation.

He said To us, Some of its allies and South China Sea claimants will thwart any illegal activity.

“We will work with our allies and partners to maintain the rule of law that we have built together over the decades to keep the region open and accessible,” Blinken said in a speech at a university.

“I make it clear: the purpose of maintaining law and order is not to oppress any country. Rather, it is about defending the right of all nations to choose their own path, without coercion and intimidation.

Despite claims by other coastal nations that Beijing’s appeal has no legal basis and an International Court of Justice ruling, China claims almost the entire South China Sea as its own.

The Chinese government rejects the US position, seeing it as an intervention by a foreign power that threatens the stability of Asia.

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