New Delhi. Leaving a spy balloon in the sky over the United States now is going to cost China dearly. To that end, the US is preparing to ban several organizations associated with the Chinese military. This move by the United States may increase the difficulties of Chinese President Xi Jinping. Just a week ago, the United States shot down a Chinese spy balloon out of the sky. Following this, a Chinese drone was also seen flying in the sky over the United States. Although China called it another balloon and said it was lost. But the United States has taken the issue of China’s spy balloon very seriously and has been seen by President Joe Biden as a threat to the security of the United States.
The US will explore the possibility of taking action against Chinese entities linked to the Chinese military that support the illegal entry of balloons into its airspace. The authorities have given this information on Thursday. A giant balloon hovered over the American mainland for several days after entering American airspace in Montana on January 30. The US military shot down a Chinese surveillance balloon hovering over sensitive US installations.
Chinese balloon spying on 40 countries of the world
A senior US Department of the Interior official stated that we know that China has flown these surveillance balloons to more than 40 countries on five continents. China is monitoring all these countries with spy balloons. The Biden administration is communicating directly with (affected) countries about this. Speaking on condition of anonymity, the official said it was clear China had used these balloons for surveillance. The official claimed that the high-quality photographs showed that these balloons were capable of picking up intelligence signals. At the same time, China claimed that it was a balloon used for meteorological research.
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