Taiwan: If China invades, Taiwan will fight till the last day- Foreign Minister

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Taiwan, April 8: Wu said on Wednesday that he was sending “mixed signals” to residents of the island on Wednesday on attempts to reconcile China on one side and military threats on the other. China tells Taiwan its share. Wu said that 10 Chinese warplanes flew into Taiwan’s air defense zone on Monday and have deployed an aircraft for exercises near Taiwan. “We will protect ourselves without any question,” he told reporters. If we had to fight a war, we would also fight a war and if we needed to protect ourselves till the last day, we would protect ourselves till the last day. Significantly, China does not recognize the democratically elected government of Taiwan. Chinese President Xi Chinfing said that “integration” between the two sides cannot be indefinitely avoided. Increasing China’s military capabilities and its increasing activities around Taiwan have raised concerns in the US. US State Department spokesman Ned Price reiterated America’s commitment to Taiwan in Washington. Price said on Wednesday, “The US will oppose forceful action and such use of power, which destabilizes the security or social and economic order of the people of Taiwan.” Meanwhile, China on Thursday protested the passing of a US destroyer ship through the Gulf of Taiwan. This is the latest step between the two countries to increase their naval activity in this region. In a statement, the Chinese Army’s Eastern Theater Command spokesman Zhang Chunhui said that China saw the USS John S. McCain vessel passing through its route on Wednesday.

Wu said on Wednesday that he was sending “mixed signals” to the island’s residents on China’s reconciliation eff orts and military threats on the other side. China tells Taiwan its share. Wu said that 10 Chinese warplanes flew into Taiwan’s air defense zone on Monday and have deployed an aircraft for exercises near Taiwan. “We will protect ourselves without any question,” he told reporters. If we had to fight a war, we would also fight a war and if we needed to protect ourselves till the last day, we would protect ourselves till the last day. Significantly, China does not recognize the democratically elected government of Taiwan. Chinese President Xi Jinping said that “integration” between the two sides cannot be postponed indefinitely. Increasing China’s military capabilities and its increasing activities around Taiwan have raised concerns in the US. US State Department spokesman Ned Price reiterated America’s commitment to Taiwan in Washington. Price said on Wednesday, “The US will oppose forceful action and such use of power, which destabilizes the security or social and economic order of the people of Taiwan.” Meanwhile, China on Thursday protested the passing of a US destroyer ship through the Gulf of Taiwan. This is the latest step between the two countries to increase their naval activity in this region. Also Read: China: China Approves Amendments to Hong Kong Election Laws

In a statement, the Chinese Army’s Eastern Theater Command spokesman Zhang Chunhui said that China saw the USS John S. McCain vessel passing through its route on Wednesday. He said that this move by the US sends a “wrong signal” to the Taiwanese government and wants to “deliberately disrupt the regional situation by endangering peace and stability in the Gulf of Taiwan”. He said that China strongly opposes this move and the Chinese army will respond to it with “strict precautionary measures and vigilance”. At the same time, the US Navy said that McCain “according to international law passed through the international waterway on April 7 from the Gulf of Taiwan like normal days.” He added that this move by the US sends a “wrong signal” to the Taiwanese government and wants to “deliberately disrupt the regional situation by endangering peace and stability in the Gulf of Taiwan”. He said that China strongly opposes this move and the Chinese army will respond to it with “strict precautionary measures and vigilance”. At the same time, the US Navy said that McCain “according to international law passed through the international waterway on April 7 from the Gulf of Taiwan like normal days.” ”

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