China is annexing Bhutanese territory and could try something similar with other neighbouring countries
Satellite imagery in recent news shows China expanding at least four small towns about three to four kilometers far into Bhutan.
Villages seized by China cover an area of around 100 square kilometers.
Several rows of residences and new roads can be seen in the satellite image in all selected small towns.
The communist government was building a village near Doklam in Pangda, which lies on the Torsa River’s West Bank.
So, China is not only claiming areas in the South China Sea, disregarding all international rules, that do not belong to China but is also annexing territories of neighbouring states on land.
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