China on Saturday underscored its commitment to its claim on Taiwan, telling world leaders that anyone who comes in the way of its resolve to reunify the self-governing island will face a befitting reply. China strongly defends its claim on Taiwan. Taiwan broke away from China after the 1949 civil war. China continues to stake its claim on Taiwan and sees it as one of its provinces.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told the UN General Assembly, “When China is unified, only then can there be true peace in the Taiwan Sea region.” Will take the most coercive steps to respond to outside interference. Tensions between the US and China have escalated following the recent visit of US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan. For China, Taiwan has been the main issue of the country’s policy.
America has been accused of serious
China on Friday accused the US of sending “very wrong and dangerous signals” on the issue of Taiwan. A US official told the media that the focus was on Taiwan in 90-minute talks between US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York on Friday. “Our foreign minister made it clear that there is no further change in our long-standing China policy,” the official said.
The White House has also given the answer
The White House has insisted that its Taiwan policy has not changed, but China said US President Joe Biden’s remarks sent a wrong signal to those seeking an independent Taiwan. China has long claimed to have brought Taiwan under its control and has not ruled out the use of force to do so. Taiwan’s government strongly objected to China’s claims of sovereignty, saying only the island’s 23 million people could decide its fate.
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