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China Reports Unidentified Flying Object in Qingdao, Prepares to Attack

  • Posted on February 13, 2023
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  • By Akta Yadav

 Unidentified Flying Object:-

The Unidentified Flying Object in Qingdao China has reported an unidentified flying object in Qingdao on 12th February 2023, flying above the Chinese waters. Chinese fishermen of the region have been warned about the unidentified flying object in Qingdao and have been instructed to remain cautious. Reports state that the appropriate authorities of China are planning to take down the unidentified flying object in Qingdao as a security measure. Unidentified Flying Object

Similar Security Concerns in Other Countries

The US too has taken down an unidentified flying balloon which it termed as a ‘spy balloon’ from China. However, the nationality of the balloon has not been confirmed with proof. Canada too faced a similar concern and the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ordered the flying object to be taken down. Iran too had faced attacks by unidentified drones at a military plant in the last week of January. Growth of Technology: China Tasting its Own Medicine? With the growth of technology not only has the IT sector developed but the war sector also has seen a rise of more sophisticated warfare methods. The unidentified flying object in Qingdao is an apt example of this phenomenon. It has become easier to commit transnational breach of privacy with the growth of such advanced technology. While China has always had a bad reputation of spying on its neighbours and enemies, the unidentified flying object in Qingdao posing a threat to Chinese security and privacy is just a taste of its own medicine for China. Unidentified Flying Object For more updates keep visiting our website where we provide unbiased, true and top stories of the world.
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