CHINESE media reports President Xi Jinping has told its military commander to "concentrate preparations to combat a war" as tensions…
CHINESE media reports President Xi Jinping has told its military commander to “concentrate preparations to combat a war” as tensions continue to grow over the future of the South China Sea and Taiwan.
China Central Television presented a speech from President Xi, who claimed earlier this year forever, this weekend – several days after it was made during a tour of Guangzhou Province.
“We must take into account all complex situations and make emergency plans accordingly” President Xi told the officers of the Southern Theater Command.
The state media organization Xinhua also reported that President Xi had “stressed the importance of preparing for war and battle.”
President Xis word represents a significant riot of rhetoric exchanged between Beijing and Washington.
China has been angry with US sanctions for its military to buy weapons from Russia, and of which Bei Jing sees Washington’s renewed support for democratic Taiwan.
Earlier this month, US Vice President Mike Pence took the tension between Washington and Beijing to a new level: “Using the stolen technology, the Chinese Communist Party plows swords on a large scale,” he said.
As a result of growing economic problems triggered by an escalating trade war with the United States, President Xi draws his country to strengthen trust.
His speech was given during a tour of the Southern Teature Command Post on Thursday. It was released late by several days.
Accordingly, he stated that the command would have a “heavy military responsibility” as it was responsible for operations in the South China Sea.
Xinhua reports President Xi “stressed the need to focus on combat research and commanders, to promote work in all areas and accelerate the development of strong and effective joint-serving future institutions for theatrical commands to strengthen the military’s cross-border ability.”
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The President instructed his military to oppose the “Freedom to Navigate” exercises conducted by the United States, Australia, France, Great Britain, Japan and others through the waterway through which the arteries have risen since the end of World War II.
“He ordered the squad to keep a close eye on changing the situation and to strengthen the analysis to protect border stability and security for people’s lives and property,” said Xinhua Xi.
“After hearing a report about his work emphasized the importance of preparing for war and fighting while taking into account various complex situations, improving action plans and focusing on real-time education. “
President Xi was not the only ruling Communist Party member on the uproar last week.
Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reports The State Secretary-General and Defense Minister Wei Fenghe said that Beijing would never give up a single piece of his territory. He warned that “repeated challenges” against China’s sovereignty over Taiwan would lead to military action.