Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Chinese Military Exercise Not Targeted Against The U.S.

Beijing's military planners know they cannot rely on China's size alone as a deterrent

China Denies Military Exercise Aimed At U.S. -- Reuters

China denied on Tuesday media reports that an artillery drill in the East China Sea was in response to a planned military exercise between South Korea and the United States.

The 6-day, live ammunition exercise starting on Wednesday in the East China Sea off China's coast was seen by some analysts as a "response to a (planned) joint exercise between the United States and Republic of Korea navies in the Yellow Sea," said the China Daily, the country's official English-language newspaper.

A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman, Qin Gang, said there was no such link and a Chinese military officer said the timing was coincidental.

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My Comment: If it is not against the U.S. .... then who? I guess the Chinese have a "Broonklyn Bridge" to sell to us .... after all .... they are selling to us everything else.


Anonymous said...

They have the same right to parade their might and preparedness as have we...we do this with our 6th Fleet etc so why not them? Time to realize that there are other major military players in the world beside the US.

WNU Editor said...

Thank you Anon for your comment.

Of course they and anyone else has the right to parade their soldiers and play their war games .... it is their public denial of what they are doing that I find comical.

sowmya said...

I salute the military army people for their love and sacrifice towards their country.
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