China on US Shooting down Balloon: According to Pentagon sources, the balloon was floating at a height of 60 thousand feet from the ground. The Chinese spy balloon is so big that three school buses can fit inside.
Chinese spy balloon.
Beijing: There is so much fuss about a huge white balloon. America (USA) has complained that China is conducting secret surveillance using balloons. On one side Montana, on the other side Latin America-Etiuti Chinese spy balloon (Spy Balloon) is worried about the American country. Although the balloon was cleared by China, America is not satisfied with it. That is why the balloon was shot down on Saturday afternoon by the order of US President Joe Biden. China also opened up about this reaction of America. It is said, “America is overreacting with small balloons. They are violating international rules. "
A Chinese spy balloon was shot down on Saturday after it was spotted in the North American sky. In response to this, Beijing's Foreign Ministry released a statement saying, "China expresses strong dissatisfaction and strong protest against the US attack on unmanned airships using force." America is clearly overreacting. At the same time they are violating serious international norms.”
On Saturday, on the orders of US President Joe Biden, the US Army shot down a Chinese spy balloon at 2:39 PM. A fighter jet launched the missile from Langley Air Force Base, Virginia. After that, the balloon fell into the Atlantic Ocean within US territorial waters. It is reported that the balloon crashed into the Atlantic Ocean, 6 miles from South Carolina. No civilian casualties or damage were caused by this balloon. America has already sent divers to find the remains of the balloon.
According to Pentagon sources, the balloon was floating at a height of 60,000 feet above the ground. The Chinese spy balloon is so big that three school buses can fit inside. The balloon has been seen floating in the US skies since January 28, but suspicions grew recently when it flew over Montana. Montana is home to Malmstrom Air Force Base where nuclear missiles are tested. The United States has expressed concern about the movement of the balloon, fearing that it may pose a risk to the country's national security. However, the balloon was not shot down for fear of explosives inside.
However, the second Chinese spy balloon was spotted in Latin America this week. On Saturday, US President Joe Biden ordered the balloon to be brought down.