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Australia and Japan have signed the most important security agreement for the first time. It is clear that this agreement will put an end to China’s growing dominance. On the other hand, China is now going to face Britain on the issue of intelligence. According to the British intelligence chief, China is now beginning to like Britain’s Bond style. Find out the top five news in the world here and keep an eye on them.
American Game: Japan and Australia unite against China
Japan and Australia have signed a security agreement to deal with China in the Indo-Pacific region. (File)
China, which has been threatening smaller countries, is now beginning to retaliate. Japan and Australia have made a very important security agreement. Under this, the two countries will assist each other in the event of war and conduct joint military exercises annually. The purpose of the agreement is to end China’s pride in the Indo – Pacific Ocean. The United States has played a key role behind the scenes in drafting the agreement between the two countries. The significance of this agreement can be seen in the announcement made by the Prime Ministers of Australia and Japan. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said without naming China – the deal is in the common interest of both countries. We are a country that believes in democracy and human rights.
North Korea says it has tested a second missile in two days
After Wednesday, North Korea also conducted missile tests on Thursday.
North Korea test-fired a second missile in two days, state media said on Thursday. On Wednesday, some media outlets reported that North Korea had tested a ballistic missile. The government agency did not release any information about this. The company released a statement on Thursday. Said we have tested the hypersonic missile. This is the second Test match played in the country in two days. This move by North Korea is surprising. This is because a few days ago, dictator Kim Jong Un said that the country was facing a famine crisis due to international sanctions. Despite this, the country has not backed down from missile tests.
Britain mocks China
The Chinese media mocked British intelligence with this poster.
China and Britain seem to be confused on the issue of espionage. Britain’s intelligence chief said on Thursday – “I am just happy to know that China’s state media is giving us free publicity. China on Wednesday mocked Western intelligence agencies while mimicking a James Bond series film. A few days ago, Britain surrounded China with Uyghur Muslims in China and human rights in Hong Kong. China did not respond directly, but released memes about British intelligence in its official media. Britain says China has only one plan – to trap small and poor countries in their debt trap.
Nepal PM’s visit to India canceled
Nepal’s Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Tuba’s visit to India has been canceled. (File)
Nepal’s Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Tuba’s visit to India next week has been canceled. Tuba was to attend the Vibration Gujarat Summit organized by the Government of Gujarat. The summit has been canceled due to increasing corona exposure in the state. The conference was to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Tuba was scheduled to arrive in India on January 9 for a four-day visit. After attending the summit, Tuba and Modi are scheduled to hold a bilateral meeting in Delhi. There was a border dispute between India and Nepal last year as well. Nepal then protested against the road being built by India. The issue was then resolved at the diplomatic level.
Imran Khan goes to Beijing
Imran Khan is scheduled to visit China next month. (File)
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is leaving for China next month. He also called on Chinese businessmen to invest in Pakistan. The Pakistani embassy is planning to hold an event for this. This visit of Khan is special. This is because the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has been closed for almost a year and a half. Thus China is said to be furious. The government of Pakistan is said to be repealing 37 such laws which are an impediment to the CBEC. According to reports, Imran Khan has been reviewing CPAC-related plans every 15 days to allay China’s dissatisfaction. A bus carrying Chinese engineers was attacked in Pakistan a few months ago. 9 engineers were killed.
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