Top military officials of US, China to meet over rising incursions in Taiwan

Top military officials of US, China to meet over rising incursions in Taiwan

According Hong Kong-based newspaper South China Morning Post, the two nations are in touch to discuss the possibility of US Defence Secretary Llyod Austin and Xu Qiliang holding talks. It ...
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