Harris Travels To Singapore, Confronted With Afghanistan Chaos


Kamala Harris flew to Singapore to “deepen ties” with the Southeast Asian nation and it appears as though she brought all of the Biden administration’s geopolitical baggage with her. On Sunday, Harris was greeted by Prime Minister Lee Hsien with the intent to discuss China’s ongoing encroachment into the South China Sea and the threat posed to countries in the region like Singapore. “I am standing here in Singapore because of our commitment to a long standing relationship, which is an enduring relationship with the Indo-Pacific region, with Southeast Asian countries and, in particular, with Singapore,” she stated. “The agreements that the prime minister and I have reached today are evidence of that enduring relationship and commitment.” Harris went on to commend Singapore for managing to keep the most recent COVID surge at bay. “We discussed the importance of working together to end this pandemic, but also to prevent future pandemics,” she continued. “Singapore’s approach to managing the pandemic has been commendable, but we all must do more to not only end the current pandemic but to invest in what we know will be more.”

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