The Pentagon discusses the impact of Russian and Chinese space weapons on US security

US media website Inside Defense reported that the Pentagon’s Defense Policy Board will hold a series of conferences on September 6-7 to discuss the risks posed by Russian and Chinese space weapons.

The site states that the conferences will be held behind closed doors, and their main task will be to determine “how the development of China’s and Russia’s space weapons can affect the US ability to deter its adversaries and strategic security.”

The site’s message added that “participants also intend to explore the possibility of holding secret command post exercises in the Pacific region.”

It is noteworthy that US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and his two deputies Kathleen Hicks and Colin Cale are expected to attend the meetings. And intelligence officials and various defense, space and US agencies will present their reports during the meetings.

Source: RIA Novosti

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