China warned " attack on Pakistan would construed as an attack on China"

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    China has "warned in unequivocal terms that any attack on Pakistan would be construed as an attack on China", The News daily quoted diplomatic sources as saying.

    The warning was formally conveyed by the Chinese foreign minister at last week's China-US strategic dialogue and economic talks in Washington, it said.

    For his part, Gilani reiterated Pakistan's support for its policy of 'One China' and said his country fully supports China on the issues of Taiwan and Tibet.

    During her briefing today Jiang skirted questions about Pakistan-China signing new defence agreements. Asked about assertions by Pakistan's Ambassador to China Masood Khan before Gilani's arrival that new defence deals would be signed, she said the two sides signed agreements in economy, technology, finance and energy resources.

    "As to specific cooperation, please refer to relevant companies," she said, adding that China is actively implementing pledges to help pro-disaster reconstruction and exerting utmost to help tide over difficulties."

    China on Thursday said the international community "must respect" Pakistan's sovereignty, tacitly confirming reports that it has asked the US not to violate Islamabad's territorial integrity, following the killing of Osama bin Laden.

    Asked about reports that China has asked US during its recently concluded strategic dialogue with Washington to respect Pakistan's sovereignty as Islamabad came under heavy pressure after bin Laden's killing, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Jiang Yu told media here that "sovereignty and territorial integrity of Pakistan must be respected."

    "We believe that Pakistan has made great contribution to international counter-terrorism efforts, as well as huge sacrifices. The international community should understand and support Pakistan's efforts to restore national stability and develop its economy," she said.

    China asks US to respect Pak's sovereignty, independence - Economic Times
     
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    Obama: would raid Pakistan again if militant found

    President Barack Obama would approve a new incursion into Pakistan if the United States found another leading militant there, he said in a BBC interview broadcast on Sunday.

    U.S. Navy SEALs killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, mastermind of the September 11 attacks on U.S. cities in 2001, in a raid on his fortified compound in Pakistan on May 2, ending a manhunt for the world's most-wanted militant.

    Asked if Obama would do the same again if the United States discovered another "high-value target" in Pakistan or another country, such as a senior al Qaeda member or Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Omar, he said he would "take the shot."

    "We are very respectful of the sovereignty of Pakistan. But we cannot allow someone who is actively planning to kill our people or our allies' people, we can't allow those kind of active plans to come to fruition without us taking some action," Obama told the BBC.

    Obama: would raid Pakistan again if militant found | Reuters
     
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    It sure would be a shame if we ended up in a virtual war with China right next to their country where it woukd be difficukt to fully mobilize our war weary populace.

    That type of thing could lead to stalemate.

    Hey, ever read any good history books and the decade after the second world war?
     
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    Report: Pakistan gave China access to 'stealth' chopper in bin Laden raid
    8/14/2011 - Chinese military allowed to take photographs, samples of aircraft's 'skin', despite CIA objections, Financial Times reports
     
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    China has "let" Pakistan take part in fighter-aircraft program (JF-17), this meant technology transfer to Pakistan.
    The more advanced aircraft J-10 was order by Pakistan (36 units) and China decided to give them a squadron for free on top of it.
    Procurement: China Gives J-10s Away

    25 KM from Indian border China-Pakistan make war exercises:
    China-Pakistan war games along Rajasthan border - Times Of India
     
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    Consider the two statements from the above Thread Opener:

    (1) "China has "warned in unequivocal terms that any attack on Pakistan would be construed as an attack on China", The News daily quoted diplomatic sources as saying."

    And (2) "China on Thursday said the international community "must respect" Pakistan's sovereignty, tacitly confirming reports that it has asked the US not to violate Islamabad's territorial integrity, following the killing of Osama bin Laden."

    The first statement from THE NEWS is an ASSUMPTION that is a vast jump in its conclusion from the ACTUAL statement by "Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Jiang Yu told media here that "sovereignty and territorial integrity of Pakistan must be respected."

    Regardless of the statement by the chinks, America is spot on in stating that we will take out any Anti-America Arsehole in Pakistan that WE, The Americans deem is our ENEMY plotting to kill us.
     

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