Shock to China, Pacific countries rejected the security agreement… | Setback for China as security and economic deal with Pacific islands falls through
Beijing, May 30 :
China has suffered a major setback in efforts to make a security agreement with 10 countries of the Pacific Ocean to surround Australia, America. According to the information, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, who went on a tour of Pacific countries, had to return empty handed. That’s because Pacific countries have refused to sign trade and security agreements with China.
Wang Yi held a meeting with foreign ministers of 10 countries in Fiji but no agreement was reached on an economic and security deal with China. China was looking to make a comprehensive agreement with these 10 countries on free trade, police cooperation and disaster. Fiji’s Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama said that the Pacific countries are united in their attitude. He said that as always, first we will build a consensus within our 10 countries through mutual dialogue on the new regional agreement. The Prime Minister of Fiji also said that he wants a concrete commitment with China on climate change and emissions reduction.
Pacific countries united about their attitude
China was looking to make a comprehensive agreement with these 10 countries on free trade, police cooperation and disaster. Fiji’s Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama said that the Pacific countries are united in their attitude. He said that as always, first we will build a consensus within our 10 countries through mutual dialogue on the new regional agreement. The Prime Minister of Fiji also said that he wants a concrete commitment with China on climate change and emissions reduction.
Attempts to breach US, Australia bills
Let us tell you that Beijing has intensified its diplomatic efforts in remote areas. Let us tell you that, these are the areas where two powerful countries America, Australia are moving towards making their impact. At the same time, China has said that its cooperation with the islands is not for any third country. On Monday, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi presented the message of Chinese President Xi Jinping to everyone. In his written message, Xi said, China will always be a good friend, brother and partner for the Pacific island countries, no matter how the international situation changes. Xi Jinping said in a written message, China is committed to the equality of all countries. He will always go ahead with his principles towards developing friendly relations with small, big countries.
agreed on these matters
At the meeting held in Fiji’s capital Suva, Foreign Minister Wang said that five areas were agreed upon in the meeting, but each area needed discussion to build consensus. According to Reuters, the five areas that have been agreed included economic recovery after the Kovid-19 epidemic and topics related to agriculture and disaster. But this did not include the issue of security.
Apart from Fiji, ministers from Samoa, Tonga, Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Niue and Vanuatu participated in the meeting through video conferencing.
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A meeting of Pacific foreign ministers and Chinese foreign minister, Wang Yi, in the Fijian capital, Suva, the first such meeting, failed to reach an agreement with Wang later telling his counterparts not to be “too anxious” about his country’s aims.