Solomon Islands Won’t Allow Chinese Military Base

Solomon Islands won’t allow Chinese military base, says PM’s office

Australia dodged a bullet.

Al Banause offers up a mental flatliner:

Sky News host Rowan Dean says Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese thinks the reason the Solomon Islands are cosying up to China is because Australia doesn’t do enough on climate change.

Albanese makes ‘weird comments’ on climate change

Sky News host Rowan Dean says Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese thinks the reason the Solomon Islands are cosying up to China is because Australia doesn’t do enough on climate change.

“So the Solomon Islands sign up to China because we are not doing enough on climate change,” Mr Dean said.

“So they’re cosying up to the biggest polluting nation on the planet.”

Solomon Islands Says It Won’t Allow Chinese Military Base After Global Outcry

The office of Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare stated on Friday that the archipelago’s new security treaty with China will not allow the Chinese to build a military base.

Reports to the contrary this week sparked a regional backlash and expressions of deep concern from Western and Asian powers.

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