U.S. Defense Secretary explained to return to the Asia-Pacific strategy to deny that will challenge China
World Wide Web to go to Singapore correspondent reported that Wang Xin, Beijing, June 2, Asian Defense Conference (also known as “Shangri-La Dialogue) held at Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore. Published by the U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta’s speech on the United States to return to the Asia-Pacific strategy, and thereafter subject to a number of participants’ questions, of which almost 90% and China, either directly or indirectly related.
Panetta, 2020, most of the U.S. Navy fleet will be transferred to the Asia-Pacific region, it will be the United States to focus on the part of the new strategy in the Asia-Pacific. He also lectures highlighted the Sino-US defense cooperation, saying that Washington “dialogue with Beijing, rather than disputes.
He said: “Some people emphasize the strategy of the United States to return to the Asia-Pacific will be a challenge to China’s. I totally disagree with this view.”
Panetta also said the United States enhanced own existing strategy in Asia and China’s development and growth are “complementary”. A region involved in more of the United States, will make the security and prosperity in the development and growth at the same time benefit. Confrontation between the Huangyan Island, the Philippines, he pointed out that America Founder “high concern” but not “choose sides”.
after the speech ended, Panetta immediately by the presence of the participants of the “siege”, a time up to dozens of people waving their own brand names to indicate the questions. Representatives from China, Britain, Japan, Cambodia, Germany and other countries in coordination with the host, has raised more than a dozen questions, of which 90% of the issues related to China. Involved in many aspects, it was mentioned that the moment the hottest South China Sea issue, and questioned the United States to strengthen the presence in the Asia-Pacific region will “stimulate” Panetta only prudent answer.share: related topics: 2012 Asian security summit held in Singapore