Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on the evening of the 12th that the situation in the Indo-Pacific region is tense, “preparedness” is his duty, and it would be “foolish” to underestimate the potential risk of war with the Chinese (Communist) countries.
The Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, said on the evening of December 12 that the situation in the Indo-Pacific region is tense and it is his duty to “prepare for war”, and that it would be “foolish” for Australia to underestimate the potential risk of war with China. The
Australian Defense Minister Peter Dutton said on April 25 that he “should not underestimate” the possibility of a military conflict with China over Taiwan, and said that as the threat from China increases, Australia’s military should turn its focus to the neighboring region; Australian Home Affairs Secretary General Michael Pezzullo also said on the same day that he would like to discuss the issue. Pezzullo, secretary-general of the Australian Department of Home Affairs, also said on the same day that the “drums of war” (drums of war) have been sounded, and that Australia and its freedom-loving allies should prepare to fight for freedom.
Morrison also said on May 6, if the Chinese (Communist) country violates Taiwan by force, Australia will fulfill its commitment to support the United States and its allies.
Morrison further stated on May 12 that it was his duty to “prepare for war”, and according to media mogul Meadow’s Sydney-based Daily Telegraph today, Morrison said it would be “foolish” to underestimate the potential risk of war with China. The Daily Telegraph reported today that Morrison said it would be “foolish” to underestimate the potential risk of war with China, noting that Morrison’s remarks yesterday were a public statement of support for Duden’s remarks.
In addition, Morrison stressed that Australia is in a very unstable region, so it has to bet resources on intelligence, security, cyber security, defense and other work; will maintain the Australian style, defend the faith, to deal with any risk that may arise in the region.