WORLD NEWS SUPERFAST
Thailand News – Thailand was once counted among its closest allies. However, this picture is also changing now. According to information received by the World News Superfast, the government of Thailand took two major decisions to harm China. First – the submarine deal in 2017 is deferred. Secondly, he refused to give the contract to build a canal in the Bay of Bengal to China.
Thailand will no longer buy three submarines
According to information received by World News Superfast, in 2015, negotiations between Thailand and China began on the purchase of naval hardware and equipment, according to the Eurasian Times. In 2017 Thailand signed a deal to buy 3 submarines. The first submarine was to be delivered in 2023. But, before this, the Thai government postponed the deal. Government spokesperson said- Prime Minister understands the concern of the people. The country is going through a difficult period financially.
The public was unhappy
According to information received by World News Superfast, according to the report, the Submarine deal was worth $ 72.4 million. The country’s economy is going through a bad phase these days. Opposition and citizens were constantly questioning this expensive deal. The government was under increasing pressure. This is the reason why this deal has been postponed. Apart from this, China was also going to build a canal here in the Bay of Bengal in terms of trade. Its contract has also been canceled. The Thai government will now make it itself. This canal would have been 120 kilometers long.
Why a strict decision on the canal
According to information received by World News Superfast, according to a report by Foreign Policy magazine, the decision of the Government of Thailand to take over the canal project has been taken in view of the interests of small neighboring countries. Myanmar and Cambodia share their borders with China. The Government of Thailand feels that China can influence the interests of these two through the canal. The region’s countries have breathed a sigh of relief from Thailand’s decision. Now no country is with China in the South China Sea.