Ma Xiaotian, said U.S. arms sales to monitor the impact of the East China Sea South China Sea, China-US relations
6 on 5, the PLA Chief of General Staff Ma Xiaotian, deputy held in Singapore in the 9th Asian Security Conference speech.
Global Network reporter Julia Tan reported recently that the U.S. media scheduled next week, Defense Secretary Robert Gates to visit China, the Chinese side was “rejected.” Thus, in the Asian security conference in Singapore, two countries stand on the Sino-US military relations have become the focus of media attention. United States, “Business Week” reported on June 5, due to planned U.S. arms sales to military relations between the two countries due to cooling, the two countries’ war of words broke out, “said their responsibility in the other.
“Business Weekly” reported that U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates at the security conference held in Singapore, said China’s arms sales to plan the response is “meaningless” and threaten regions security. He also added that these transactions “and not surprising” because sales have been for decades.
reported that the Gates speech, People’s Liberation Army Deputy Chief of Staff Ma Xiaotian said, “obstacles to Sino-US military exchanges in China are not the responsibility, we do not believe that the U.S. arms sales to Taiwan normal thing. ”
January, the U.S. government, regardless of China’s repeated solemn representations and strong opposition, openly announced that total sales to Taiwan up to 64 billion dollars in weapons, then China has made solemn representations.
Ma Xiaotian on the security conference held in Singapore, said there are obstacles to the development of Sino-US military relations, the first is the U.S. arms sales; second U.S. warship, the aircraft in the South China Sea, East China Sea on Chinese high-intensity surveillance and reconnaissance; the third is the U.S. Congress passed the “National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2000″ and “DeLay amendment” of 12 to limit the field of military exchanges. Therefore, the responsibility of military exchanges are not obstacles in China.