These 8 countries, including the United States, came together to confront China, not India


These 8 countries, including the United States, came together to confront China, not India

The iPack was launched on Friday, according to a Bloomberg report. It includes eight countries, including the United States, Germany, Britain, Japan, Australia, Canada, Sweden, Norway and members of the European Parliament. In which India is not involved. Amid strained relations between the US and China, 8 countries have formed an alliance against the dragon.

China has been described as a threat to trade, security and human rights. China responded that China is no longer the 20th century.

China is a global target because of the Corona virus, the South China Sea, and Hong Kong. The world is also watching the ongoing tension on the Ladakh border with China, which has infiltrated India’s border.

In such a situation, the U.S. Global countries, including China, see China as a threat to global trade, security and human rights.

The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance is calling China (IP IP C) a “fake” in China. China said it could no longer be bothered like it was in the 20th century. He said Western leaders should come out of the Cold War ideology.

The purpose of this alliance of 8 countries is to actively strategize on issues related to China and to respond appropriately through cooperation.

Marco Rubio, a critic of China and a Republican senator from the United States, has called for an IPC. Is co-chaired.

Rubio said that China is presenting challenges to the world under the rule of the Communist Party. The coalition also says that countries that oppose China will have to fight alone and “pay a heavy price”. Since the outbreak of the Corona virus, tensions between China and the United States have been rising, which has begun to affect both trade and travel relations.

China’s move is being compared to the “8-nation alliance” of Britain, the United States, Germany, France, Russia, Japan, Italy and Austria-Hungary in the 1900s. According to China’s state-run media Global Times, the armies of these countries then destroyed Beijing and other cities. Yehutuan tried to suppress the ongoing movement against imperialism. U.S. It wants the governments and agencies of other countries to engage with it in “anti-China” activities and to create an atmosphere against China in the West.

Amid ongoing tensions on the Indo-China border, the two sides held talks at the lieutenant general level on Saturday. Indian Army sources said that after the talks were over, a delegation led 14 Corps Commander Lieutenant General Harinder Singh returned to Leh.

According to official sources, this was the first major attempt between the two countries to end the deadlock on the border. A series of military and diplomatic talks between the two countries will continue. India is not included in the 8 countries so now the whole world is looking at whether China is tying up India and whether Chinese troops have infiltrated India.


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