Beijing: Debris will be burned upon entering the atmosphere

China-ALSHARQIYA  May  7 : China has reduced the risk of its missile, which has gone out of control, and said that most of the missile debris will be burned upon entering the atmosphere and is unlikely to cause any damage.
A spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry, "Wang Wen," said that China is closely following the missile's return to the atmosphere, noting that the possibility of this operation causing damage on the ground is very weak .. Meanwhile, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announced that the Pentagon does not even intend to The time for the destruction of the Chinese missile .. Austin said that according to the latest estimates, the missile is expected to fall on the eighth or ninth of May, and that the hope is that the remnants of the missile will fall into the ocean

The US minister criticized China without naming it, suggesting that the missile was launched without being carefully planned.


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