Washington trying to stall PLA Project 141: A Beijing networking military outpost for intelligence gathering purposes in Cuba

A ship of the Chinese navy arrives at the port of Havana Nov. 10, 2015. The Wall Street Journal reported China is considering a plan to permanently station its troops at a new joint military facility in Cuba. Xinhua/Joaquin Hernandez via Getty Images © Xinhua/Joaquin Hernandez via Getty Image

Revelations 6:3-4 “when he opened the second seal, I heard the second living creature say, “Come!” 4 And out came another horse, bright red. Its rider was permitted to take peace from the earth, so that people should slay one another, and he was given a great sword.

Important Takeaways:

  • China in high-level talks for military training facility in Cuba to station troops off US shores: report
  • The Wall Street Journal first reported Tuesday that U.S. intelligence suggests talks about a facility on Cuba’s northern coast “are at an advanced stage but not concluded,” as the Biden administration has contacted Cuban officials to stall the agreement and dissuade any course of action due to concerns the Communist nation might have about ceding sovereignty.
  • Citing current and former U.S. officials, the Journal reported that the proposal for the China-Cuba military training facility was referenced “in highly classified new U.S. intelligence, which they described as convincing but fragmentary.”
  • The sources reportedly said the prospect of a facility could mean China permanently hosting troops in Cuba and broadening intelligence gathering against the United States.
  • One current and one former U.S. official told the Journal the proposed military facility is part of “Project 141,” an initiative by China’s People’s Liberation Army to set up a global network of military outposts. The Journal said the White House declined to comment.

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