Washington reacted to missile launch by Beijing




The White House argues that Beijing's actions do not cause fear in the US government.





China's ballistic missile launches will intimidate neither the United States nor its allies. This was announced on Wednesday, August 26, by the US President's special envoy for arms control Marshall Billingsley on Twitter.

“If China thinks that ballistic missile launches will in any way intimidate the United States and our allies, they are deeply mistaken,” Billingsley said and attached a link to the post.


Recall that China launched two medium-range ballistic missiles into the South China Sea “as a warning to the United States.”





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