China Giving Silent Treatment To US After "Spy Balloon" Shot Down: Report

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Publish Date : 2023-02-12 00:00:00


China Giving Silent Treatment To US After "Spy Balloon" Shot Down: Report

Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".

Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon that navigated into North American airspace last week. This can be seen in US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call to Beijing going unanswered, New York Post reported. According to New York Post, the snub by China was the latest sign of frayed US communications with its great adversary, leading to fears that a relatively minor incident could spiral into something bigger. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had planned to reopen lines of communication with China during his trip to Beijing. The trip, however, got postponed after China's spy balloon intrusion became public. Therefore, when the Pentagon asked to hold a secure call between Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, the answer was a "no".Washington: China is giving the US silent treatment ever since the US sent an F-22 Raptor to sh



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