Washington – The United States on Monday voiced alarm over a potential security deal between China and the Solomon Islands, as top U.S. diplomats headed to the South Pacific to curb Beijing’s inroads.
Kurt Campbell and Daniel Kritenbrink, the top officials on Asia at the National Security Council and State Department respectively, will lead the delegation traveling this week to the Solomon Islands, Fiji and Papua New Guinea.
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