- India China | US Passed Amendment NDAA, Slamming China’s Aggression Against India In Galwan Valley
- This photo is of the Indo-China border in Ladakh. A few days ago, there was a clash between the soldiers of the two countries here.
- The US House of Representatives passed an amendment expressing concern over China’s aggression.
America said- China’s aggression in disputed areas like South China Sea, Shenkaku Island is a matter of concern.
The US has once again revealed its strict policies against China. Amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) have been passed in the US House of Representatives (House of Representatives). The amendment was introduced by Indian-American MP Amy Bora and Congress Rep. Steve Chabot. US lawmakers said China used coronaviruses to divert attention and grab Indian territories.
India and China work together to reduce stress
US lawmakers categorically condemned China’s actions in Galvan and its territorial aggression in the South China Sea. The amendment proposal also stated that India and China should work together to reduce tensions near the Line of Actual Control (LAC). In the disputed areas such as South China Sea, Shenkaku Island, LAC, the fierce attitude of the Chinese army is a matter of concern.
US Defense Minister said- China should change its course
US Defense Minister Mark T Asper said that China’s frequent actions in disputed areas are indicating that it is not following the 2002 agreements on the South China Sea. We hope that China should change its course. We must also be prepared for the options. We are also constantly monitoring the situation between China and India. We also have an eye on what is happening with LAC. We are happy that both sides are trying to reduce tension together.