US: If China doesn’t act, we will act – Blinken

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has warned that Washington, D.C. will take action if China does not stop sending parts to Russia that will accelerate its attack on Ukraine.

The US diplomat told the BBC in Beijing that he had clearly told the other countries that they should stop selling key parts to Russia.

He will not be pressed about what steps Washington, D.C., is prepared to take if that is not the case.

But Blinken also emphasized that progress had been made in some areas of cooperation.

His visit comes as part of a significant increase in dialogue and diplomacy, however frosty, between these rival powers as they seek to balance relations after a very tense period last year. It is being done.

Relations between the United States and China have been strained by China’s claims over Taiwan and the South China Sea, as well as a ban on exports of advanced American technology. Further damage occurred in February last year during an argument over a reconnaissance balloon.

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