New York (Aryavarth): PM Modi, has managed to isolate China and it is facing increasing pressure from global community, for its actions. By making all it’s evil actions visible to all, India has managed to use the world power to punish China, instead of a direct war. It is said that Xi Jinping is very worried with the turn of things and has lost sleep. He is trying very hard to woo India and support it, using sweet words from it’s Ambassador in New Delhi. However, India has showed CCP what it means to mess up with India.
White House discussions are ongoing about potential targets for more sanctions and no final decisions have been made, according to a person familiar with the matter. The New York Times reported later Wednesday that the Trump administration was considering a sweeping ban on travel to the United States by Chinese Communist Party members, this will be huge blow to Chinese politicians as most of them go to US to see and enjoy freedom of life, which they cannot do in China.
Worst is yet to come for China, President Donald Trump has not ruled out further sanctions on top Chinese officials that could come in addition to actions taken this week to punish China for its handling of Hong Kong, a White House National Security Council spokesman said on Wednesday. This combined with China’s misadventure with India in Tibet, for, which it has been isolated diplomatically globally, has come has a huge disaster for President XI.
The Hong Kong Autonomy Act, which President Trump signed on Tuesday, allows him to impose sanctions and visa restrictions on Chinese officials and financial institutions involved in the imposition of China’s new national security law in Hong Kong. National Security Council spokesman John Ullyot noted Trump last week issued sanctions against Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials for their treatment of minority Uighur Muslims. This is the second sanction on China, and it has not been able to stop from being punished. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who has openly called for more action against China, said the legislation Trump signed and an executive order ending Hong Kong’s special status under U.S. law were justified.
“General Secretary Xi Jinping made a choice to violate the Chinese Communist Party’s promises to Hong Kong that were made in U.N.-registered treaty. He didn’t have to do that and he made that choice,” Pompeo told reporters.
Pompeo noted on Twitter later on Wednesday that Trump said the United States would “place a special emphasis” on admitting Hong Kong residents as refugees. “We stand with the Hong Kong people,” Pompeo said.