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Pompeo welcomes India's decision to ban Chinese apps

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News video: Mike Pompeo backs India’s ban on Chinese apps, says move will ‘boost integrity’

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo applauded India’s ban on Chinese apps including TikTok. Pompeo said New Delhi was ensuring its own security. “We welcome India’s ban on certain mobile apps” from China, Pompeo said. The move, he added, would “boost India’s integrity and national...

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