This countrys Gang accentuated that the United States provoked Moscow and China to go back angrily.

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 This countrys Gang accentuated that the United States provoked Moscow and China to go back angrily.


It is surprising that, as a NATO ally of the United States, the German Defense Minister, in an attempt to salvage the Treaty, was once again involved in China, which had nothing to do with the China Guidance Treaty. She claims that Chinas missiles pose a threat to Russia and that China should be allowed to participate in some kind of disarmament treaty.

The governor of Changan Street noticed that this was the second time since the withdrawal of the treaty between the United States and Russia that Germany had forcibly linked the matter with China. Last month, German Chancellor Angela Merkel commented on the withdrawal of the U.S. and Russia, saying that she hoped China would join the international arms control negotiations. In order to save the China Guidance Treaty and safeguard its own security, Germany did not work hard on the United States, but repeatedly involved China. Not only did it rush to medical treatment, but it was also directly retorted by the Russian side: Chinas missiles did not pose any threat to Russia.

Russian President Putin and US President Trump

Twice

The governor noticed that German Defense Minister Von Delaine was the first to provoke alienation. In an interview with the German magazine Focus on March 3, she said that Russia must be interested in involving China in a disarmament treaty.

Von Delaine said that Chinas medium-range missiles could technically reach Russia, just as Russian missiles pose a threat to Europe, so are Chinese missiles.

Thats exactly what Chancellor Angela Merkel said last month. Merkel commented last month on the withdrawal of the U.S. and Russia, saying she hoped China would join the international arms control negotiations.

German Defense Minister Von Delaine

Von Delaine said that Alexander Schelling, vice-chairman of the Russian National Duma Defense Commission, immediately said that China posed a threat to Russia and needed to produce conclusive evidence.

Vladimir Zabarov, Vice-Chairman of the International Relations Committee of the Federal Council of the Russian Federal Assembly, directly refuted that the German Defense Ministers statement was just empty talk and that Chinese missiles did not pose any threat to Russia.

In an interview, the former chief of general staff of the Russian armed forces, General Yuri Baluyevsky, said that the German Defense Minister might have just had a nightmare. I believe that Chinese missiles will not pose a threat to Russia.

Wrong path

The crux of Germanys security concerns lies in the United States.

Earlier, after Trump announced his withdrawal from the China Guidance Treaty, analysts said that this would put Europe in great danger, and that Europe was forced to tie up the American chariot, which could be said to be harmful to others and self.

Germanys fears are justifiable, but Russia has repeatedly stressed that Russia will not deploy missiles restricted by the treaty in its border areas.

Russian Satellite News Agency quoted Jabarov, First Vice-Chairman of the International Affairs Committee of the Russian Federation Council, as saying on the 4th: Russias cessation of the implementation of the Treaty does not mean that it will deploy such missiles in the border areas. The Russian side will not do so, and the suspension of the treaty will not provide for it. He simply emphasized that if such missiles were deployed in Europe, Russia would immediately deploy the same missiles domestically.

In this case, it seems very unkind for Germany to force its involvement in China again and again.

The Global Times has commented that it is inappropriate for Chancellor Merkel to call on China to participate in the new missile control negotiations. Her approach is disrespectful of Chinas interests and willingness, which is tantamount to encouraging the United States to take irresponsible withdrawal actions.

Angela Merkel

Von Delaine said that Alexander Schelling, vice-chairman of the Russian National Duma Defense Commission, immediately said that China posed a threat to Russia and needed to produce conclusive evidence.

Vladimir Zabarov, Vice-Chairman of the International Relations Committee of the Federal Council of the Russian Federal Assembly, directly refuted that the German Defense Ministers statement was just empty talk and that Chinese missiles did not pose any threat to Russia.

In an interview, the former chief of general staff of the Russian armed forces, General Yuri Baruyevsky, said that the German Defense Minister may have just had a nightmare. I believe that in the foreseeable future, Chinese missiles will not pose a threat to Russia. Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said at a regular press conference today that China firmly opposes the US withdrawal from the treaty and urges the US and Russia to properly resolve their differences through constructive dialogue and resume compliance as soon as possible. Analysts believe that Russia wants to persuade European countries to stop the U.S. withdrawal, and that the next move by European countries deserves attention. There is indeed a security threat to European countries by tearing up the China Guidance Treaty, which is why European countries have become the key force that Russia hopes to prevent the United States from withdrawing from the Treaty. At this time, Germany was still going the opposite way, it could only say that it jumped into the pit of fire. Source: Changan Street Governor Responsible Editor: Su Hong-hung_NBJ9980

In an interview, the former chief of general staff of the Russian armed forces, General Yuri Baruyevsky, said that the German Defense Minister may have just had a nightmare. I believe that in the foreseeable future, Chinese missiles will not pose a threat to Russia.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said at a regular press conference today that China firmly opposes the US withdrawal from the treaty and urges the US and Russia to properly resolve their differences through constructive dialogue and resume compliance as soon as possible.

Analysts believe that Russia wants to persuade European countries to stop the U.S. withdrawal, and that the next move by European countries deserves attention.

There is indeed a security threat to European countries by tearing up the China Guidance Treaty, which is why European countries have become the key force that Russia hopes to prevent the United States from withdrawing from the Treaty. At this time, Germany was still going the opposite way, it could only say that it jumped into the pit of fire.