China Threatens U.S. Entities Over Downing of Spy Balloon
The foreign ministry spokesperson gave no additional details
On Wednesday, China said it will take measures against U.S. entities related to the downing of a Chinese spy balloon off the American East Coast.
At a daily briefing, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin gave no details and did not identify the targets of the measures.
China says the balloon was a unmanned weather airship that was accidentally blown off course and accuses the U.S. of overreacting in bringing it down with a missile fired from an F-22 fighter jet.
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