China, a new military base in Cuba: a bridgehead for US intelligence

The great power struggle continues unabated. China and Cuba are already in talks to set up a joint military training structure and the negotiations are said to be at an advanced stage. This was revealed by the Wall Street Journal, which cites US sources: This type of structure, if confirmed, would facilitate the permanent presence of Chinese forces in Cuba and the possible expansion of intelligence activities, which Beijing has already denied. The spokeswoman for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mao Ning, only said that she was not aware of the issue that emerged a day after the conclusion of the visit of the US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, to China. On June 10, the Biden administration revealed the existence of a Chinese spy station in Cuba, and the People’s Republic and Cuba’s denials arrived immediately.

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Beijing Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said this morning in remarks relaunched by the Global Times after the Wall Street Journal article. Other than facade denials, China is doing everything it can to put pressure on the United States.

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