January 17, 2022

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Strict measures will be taken if Taiwan moves towards independence

China has warned that it will take strong action against Taiwan if it moves towards independence. Beijing says tough action will be taken against Taipei if it crosses the Red Line.

Ma Xiaoguang, a spokeswoman for the State Council’s Taiwan Affairs Office, told a regular news briefing in Beijing on Wednesday that “if Taiwan’s separatist forces provoke independence, try to show strength or cross the Red Line, we will take strong action.”

The Chinese official said Taiwan’s separatist activities and outside interference could increase in the coming months. Next year the situation on the Strait of Hormuz will become much more complicated and heated.

Ma Xiaoguang said Beijing would try to reunite peacefully with Taiwan. But if they cross any red line like declaration of independence then necessary action will be taken.

The US government has increased its military spending by 5 percent. The United States will spend 60 billion on the military in 2022. President Joe Biden signed a bill Monday. More than half of the increased spending will be on military enrichment, warplanes and warship procurement. The White House has confirmed this.

The bill, called the National Defense Authorization Act, 2022, or NDAA, to strengthen the US military, was introduced in early December in the lower house of the US Congress, the House of Representatives, and the upper house, the Senate. The bill was then passed with overwhelming support from MPs from both the Republican Party and the Democratic Party.

The bill became law with the signature of Joe Biden. In a statement after the signing ceremony, Biden said the law was “very useful” for strengthening the country’s military. The new law also ensures justice for members of the U.S. military and their families, and their support for the national defense, which is critical of the government.

The largest, richest and most powerful military force in the world is the US military. Due to the multidimensionality and expansion of this force, laws have to be enacted every year for government funding in the US military. That law is called the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). NDAA has been issued every year for the last 6 decades. The name of this year’s law is ‘NDAA 2022’.

Expenditure on the military has been increased by 5 percent in 2022 compared to the recently concluded 2021 fiscal year. More than half of the increased spending will be on military enrichment, warplanes and warship procurement. The United States will also provide সহায়তা 300 million in financial assistance to Ukraine under the new NDAA. In addition, বিভাগ 4 billion will be provided to the European Union’s defense department and বাল 150 million to the Baltic defense department.

The United States also wants to strengthen Taiwan’s defense system to give China a “proper education.” Under the new law, Taiwan will receive ৭ 8.1 billion. The new NDAA 2022 law also calls for the formation of an 18-member commission to review the recently concluded 20-year war in Afghanistan, which has already been recognized as the longest war in US history.

US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin has ordered a US navy to stay in the Mediterranean. The U.S. Secretary of Defense made the remarks at a time when the United States is embroiled in intense military tensions with Russia over the Ukraine issue.

A US defense official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told the Associated Press that USS Harry Truman and five other US warships were scheduled to sail from the Mediterranean to the Persian Gulf. However, these ships need to be present near European shores to reassure allies. That’s why the U.S. government has ordered the fleet to be stationed in the Mediterranean.

Moscow has deployed 100,000 troops along Russia’s southern border with Ukraine. The United States and its Western allies have claimed that Russia has deployed troops inside Ukraine with the aim of conducting military operations.