Washington: The US intelligence community told parliament that despite the withdrawal of troops this year, "greater" tension remains on the China-India border. He said that China wants to try all its tricks to show its growing strength and to force neighboring countries to accept their priorities, including their claims on the disputed territory, without any opposition. In its recent report to the US Parliament, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) said that China would continue to promote the billion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) to expand its economic, political and military presence abroad.
According to the report, China wants to try all its tactics to show its growing strength and to force neighboring countries to accept their priorities, including claims of sovereignty over the disputed territory and Taiwan, without any opposition. China is rapidly increasing military and economic influence in the Indo-Pacific region, causing concern among various countries in the region. There are serious territorial disputes in both the South China Sea and the East China Sea. The report said that China will continue to press for integration on Taiwan and condemn the growing relationship between the US and Taiwan. Indeed, China sees Taiwan as a rebel province that needs to be unified, even if it has to use force.
The US intelligence community said, "We hope the pull will increase, as Beijing has stepped up efforts to make Taipei internationally isolated and dependent on China for economic prosperity and increased military activity around the island." ODNI said that China will try to increase its influence through "vaccine diplomacy" under which it will provide Kovid-19 vaccines to the countries from which it is to benefit. China is making the Kovid-19 vaccine. He said, "China will remain the biggest threat to America's technological competitiveness." The Communist Party of China targets important technology sectors and commercial and military technology. At the same time, China uses various tactics to increase its technology capabilities for espionage and theft. ''
Let us know that Chinese President Xi Chinfing started the billion-dollar BRI project after coming to power in 2013. The project aims to connect Southeast Asia, Central Asia, the Gulf region, Africa and Europe by land and sea routes. "Despite the withdrawal of some troops this year, there is more tension between China and India," the report said. The Chinese military's presence in the disputed border areas since May 2020 is the most serious tense situation in decades and has led to the first deadly skirmish between the two countries since 1975. "It said," February After several rounds of talks, the two countries removed armies and military equipment from some areas of the disputed border. ''