India-China Faceoff: The White House said that if the circumstances of the India-China Border Dispute are created, then it is clear that the US military will support India. The White House clearly stated that they cannot allow China to enter into Asia.

Washington. A top White House official announced on Monday that if the circumstances of the India-China Border Dispute are made, then it is clear that the US military is India’s only Will support you The White House clearly stated that they cannot allow China to enter into Asia. Shortly after this announcement by the White House, US President Donald Trump tweeted that the US and the rest of the world have suffered a lot due to China.

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows told Fox News in response to a question, ‘The message is clear. We cannot stand and let China or anyone else hold the command in terms of being the most powerful or effective force, whether it is in that region or here. ‘ The official’s statement comes after the US Navy deployed two aircraft carriers in the South China Sea to increase its presence in the region. On the other hand, Trump again tweeted, “Due to China, America and the rest of the world suffered heavy losses.” Due to the corona virus epidemic, the economy of America, the whole of Europe and other countries of the world including India was almost halted.



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In terms of security, the US Army
Meadows in the South China Sea said that the US has sent two aircraft carriers to the South China Sea. He said, “Our mission is to ensure that the world knows that we still have the world’s best force.” China is involved in regional disputes in the South China Sea and East China Sea. China claims almost the entire South China Sea. Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan also have claims over the region. Meadows also described the decision to ban Chinese apps in India during the interview.



The deadlock has continued between India and China troops in several areas of eastern Ladakh including Pangong So, Galvan Valley and Gogra Hot Spring for eight weeks. However, the situation worsened when 20 military personnel of India were killed in a clash between soldiers of the two countries in the Galvan Valley on 15 June. The Chinese Army started withdrawing its troops on Monday from Galvan Valley and Gogra Hot Spring. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi spoke on the telephone on Sunday in which they agreed to complete the process of ‘rapid’ withdrawal of troops from the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

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