In China, they started talking about being the first to deliver a nuclear strike against the United States

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The PRC believes that they should be ready to be the first to deliver a nuclear strike against the United States

The Chinese diplomat believes that Beijing should abandon the policy of “not using a nuclear strike first.”

Former Chinese ambassador to the UN, Sha Zukang, said Beijing should be ready to launch a nuclear strike amid the growing US presence in the Asia-Pacific region (APR). This was reported on Friday, September 24 by the British newspaper Daily Mail.

Sha Zukang stressed that Beijing must abandon the policy of “not using a nuclear strike first” in order to rebuff the new alliances being formed in the AP region.

In addition, the diplomat noted that the current policy of the PRC, which has been in effect since the 1960s, has given Beijing “moral superiority”, but it is unacceptable until the United States and China agree that neither side will inflict a nuclear hit first.

According to the newspaper, Sha Zukang made the corresponding statement in the same week when the United States, Great Britain and Australia announced the creation of a new union AUKUS.

As you know, Australia, Great Britain and the United States on September 16 announced the creation of a new security partnerships – AUKUS… As part of the agreement, Australia, in particular, plans to use American technology to build at least eight nuclear submarines, the first of which will enter service in 2036, as well as to re-equip its armed forces with American cruise missiles. This decision caused a major scandal in Europe, as Australia tore off the contract with France for the construction of submarines.

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