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[Report from this newspaper] US Indo-Pacific Command Commander Philip Davidson said in a congressional hearing that China is accelerating its ambition to replace the US leadership, and that Taiwan is one of the goals of China’s military ambitions, worrying that China may be in Control Taiwan within six years and call on the US to continue to support Taiwan’s defense.According to senior officials in the Biden administration, the United States and China may hold a high-level meeting between the two countries in the near future. China responded that there is no news to provide.Going to Congress for funding for the "Pacific Deterrence Initiative" CNN reported that Davidson testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee on the same day to get Congress to pass the Indo-Pacific Command's defense budget for the 6 fiscal year.According to a report by the United States Naval Research Institute (USNI), $2022 billion in the new defense budget for the new year is related to the "Pacific Deterrence Initiative" set up last year against China.Davidson referred to China as the "largest long-term strategic threat" facing the United States in the 46.8st century. He pointed out that the Chinese military is taking more and more threatening actions, including increasing military operations around Taiwan, border conflicts with India, and in the US Pacific. Activities near the island.He said: "I am worried that China is accelerating the realization of their ambitions to replace the leadership of the United States and ours in the rules-based international order. They have said that they will achieve this goal by 21, and I am worried that they will achieve this goal by 2050. Push forward." Davidson mentioned that China’s threat to Taiwan is increasing and it is likely to "invade" Taiwan in the near future. "I think this threat will be within 10 years, in fact, within the next 6 years."When asked whether it is necessary for the United States to defend Taiwan, Davidson said that failure to take action will damage the United States’ international standing and credibility as a defense partner.Davidson advocates re-evaluation of "strategic ambiguity" USNI also quoted Davidson as saying that the United States should re-evaluate the "strategic ambiguity" policy against Taiwan in the past 40 years (that is, if the mainland uses force against Taiwan, the United States reserves space for whether to intervene in order to prevent the mainland and Taiwan from intervening. Dare to act rashly), and help Taiwan strengthen its defense capabilities by continuously selling weapons to Taiwan and assisting the professional development of the Taiwan military.In response to Davidson’s claim that mainland China might attack Taiwan within six years, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said at a press conference that some people in the United States continue to use the Taiwan issue to exaggerate the "Chinese military threat", which is essentially increasing military spending, expanding military power, and interfering in the United States itself. Make excuses for local affairs.He said that the United States should abandon the Cold War zero-sum mentality, view China's development and national defense construction objectively and rationally, and do more that is conducive to mutual trust between China and the United States and regional peace and stability.Reuters: Chinese and US business leaders recently met Foreign Minister Wang Yi at the National People's Congress press conference on Sunday. He said in response to issues related to US-Taiwan exchanges that the one-China principle is the political foundation of Sino-US relations and an "insurmountable red line." He urged the US government to be cautious and appropriate. deal with.In addition, Reuters on Tuesday (6th) quoted a senior Washington official as saying that the United States is discussing with China a possible high-level meeting between the two countries "in the near future."US media: Blincoln will meet with Yang Jiechi in Alaska next week. The Wall Street Journal reported that US Secretary of State Blincoln and National Security Adviser Sullivan will meet with the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China in Anchorage, Alaska next Thursday and Friday. Member and Director of the Office of the Central Committee for Foreign Affairs Yang Jiechi met with Foreign Minister Wang Yi.This will be the first China-US high-level meeting since the Biden administration took office.White House spokesman Psaki said at a press conference earlier yesterday that the Biden administration has "direct contact" with China, but "no details have been confirmed at this time."
Go to Congress for funding the "Pacific Deterrence Initiative"
戴维森提到，中国对台湾威胁增加，很可Can be in不久的将来「入侵」台湾，「我认为这种威胁在10YearsInside,fact上是接下来6Years内」。被问到美国是否有必要扞卫台湾，戴维森说，若不采取行动，将损害美国国际地位及作为防卫伙伴的信誉。
Reuters: Chinese and American business executives meet recently
In addition, Reuters on Tuesday (9th) quoted a senior Washington official as saying that the United States is discussing with China a possible high-level meeting between the two countries "in the near future."
US media: Blincoln meets Yang Jiechi in Alaska next week
The Wall Street Journal reported that US Secretary of State Blincoln and National Security Adviser Sullivan will be in Anchorage, Alaska next Thursday and next Friday with Yang Jiechi, member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee and Director of the Office of the Central Foreign Affairs Commission, and Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi. Meet Wang Yi.This will be the first China-US high-level meeting since the Biden administration took office.White House spokesman Psaki said at a press conference earlier yesterday that the Biden administration has "direct contact" with China, but "no details have been confirmed at this time."
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