CICA' s Meeting of Senior Officials Commitee | a forecast of agendas

Just a day to go before the predicted Asian Reserve Currency is announced.


OWoN has been advised the following:

CICA' s Meeting of Senior Officials Commitee is to be held in Shanghai, People’s Republic of China May 18-19, 2014, which is a cover for a G-2 summit for Russia and China. This meeting will establish and freeze the gold based currencies for both Russia and China. Their 30 year natural gas deal requires a sustainable long-time purchasing power currency, which both China and Russia can provide. The only deal stopper is the final prices per gram of gold for both currencies. This should be established and announced by Monday, May 19, including the petroyuan.

The Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA), to be attended by 46 nations and agencies is scheduled for May 20-21.

The Member States are: 

Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Cambodia, China, Egypt, India, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Pakistan, Palestine, Republic of Korea, Russia, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan and Vietnam.

Observers are: 

(i) States:
Bangladesh, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Ukraine and USA.

(ii) Organizations:
United Nations, OSCE, League of Arab States and Parliamentary Assembly of the Turkic Speaking Countries (TURKPA).

This CICA summit is hosted by China, and the guess is that China will use this venue to establish and freeze its sovereign borderline. All of China’s neighbors will be in attendance. China will not respond to Vietnam, Philippine and Japan’s challenges militarily. After China’s establishment of the Yuan as the petroyuan and Asia’s Reserve Currency, which should be announced on May 19, 2014, China will be able to get its way economically. Japan will be changing its government very soon. The US will not be able to support Vietnam and Philippine very soon due to its economic crisis and collapse.

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