US, Australia, and Japan request that China immediately stop its military drills.

US, Australia, and Japan condemned launch of ballistic missiles and urged China to immediately stop the military drills . China has been advancing its military activities, even crossing the median line around Taiwan Strait today, simulating an attack on its main island .

Phnom Penh, Cambodia (Cambodia), August 6 : On Saturday, the US, Australia, and Japan condemned China's launch of ballistic missiles and urged China to immediately stop the military drills.With US House Speaker Nancy Pelosis visiting Taiwan, tensions in the Taiwan Strait will rise soon.China has been advancing its military activities, even crossing the median line around Taiwan Strait today, simulating an attack on its main island.Taiwanese defense ministry said that its armed forces responded to such a crisis accordingly by using surveillance equipment, CAP aircraft, naval vessels, and missile systems.

In a statement, US Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken, Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong, and Japanese Foreign Minister Hayashi Yoshimasa met in Phnom Penh on the margins of the 55th ASEAN Foreign Ministers Meeting.The Secretary and the Foreign Ministers of the three countries pledged to expand the trilateral cooperation between Australia, Japan, and the US to achieve a secure and prosperous Indo-Pacific region, five of which were reportedly launched in the Japanese government's exclusive economic zones, increasing tension and destabilizing the region.According to the State Department, the Secretary and Foreign Ministers urged the PRC to immediately suspend military exercises.The United States Secretary and Foreign Ministers also reiterated that this alliance is based on an unbreakable foundation of common values, such as freedom, justice, human rights, territorial integrity, and peaceful resolution of conflicts.They reiterated their resolve in favor of ASEAN centrality, as well as the importance of the Pacific Islands Countries as partners in the region.

The US Secretary of State and the Foreign Ministers expressed their dissatisfaction with the Peoples Republic of China's (PRC) recent actions, which have a serious effect on international peace and stability, including the conduct of large-scale military exercises.They also emphasized that no changes have been made in the respective one China policies, where appropriate, and the main positions on Taiwan of Australia, Japan, or the United States.