A total of 21 Chinese military aircraft entered Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) on Tuesday for Pelosi’s visit.

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Taiwanese president Tsai Ing-wen He has stated that the island “will not back down”, at a time when China is preparing to carry out military exercises in retaliation for the visit of the leader of the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi.

“In the face of growing and deliberate military threats, Taiwan don’t back down (…) We will maintain the line of defense of democracy,” Tsai declared at an event with Pelosi in Taipei.

Nancy Pelosi landed in Taipi on Tuesday night on a trip not officially announced that has outraged the Chinese government, which is responding with a military deployment in the Taiwan Strait and trade sanctions on the island.

Pelosi visited the Taiwanese Parliament this morning and later met with the president of the island, Tsai Ing-wen, who gave him a decoration for his “support” to the territory. “Today our delegation (…) arrived at Taiwan to make it clear, unequivocally, that we will not abandon our commitment to Taiwan and that we are proud of our long-standing friendship,” said Pelosi during an event with the president of the island, Tsai Ing-wen.

China summons US ambassador

Meanwhile, the Chinese Foreign Ministry last night summoned the United States ambassador to the Asian country, Nicholas Burnsto protest the visit to Taiwan of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi.

The person in charge of receiving Burns was Vice Minister Xie Feng, who transferred the American diplomat on peking unrest due to the presence on the island of Pelosiwho risks “a unanimous conviction for a deliberate provocation and for playing with fire,” according to the official Xinhua agency.

Xie said the visit is a serious violation of the ‘one China’ principlewhich damages the foundations of the bilateral relationship and seriously attacks the sovereignty and territorial integrity of his country, in addition to undermining peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait.

“The consequences are extremely serious. China will not sit idly by,” said the deputy foreign minister, who stressed that America must be held accountable for “saying one thing and doing another” regarding the ‘one China’ principle.

In this sense, he mentioned actions by Washington such as the inclusion of Taiwan in its “Indo-Pacific Strategy”the disappearance of the phrase “Taiwn is part of China” of the website of the Department of State or the increase in arms sales to the island.

The senior official insisted that The US will pay for its mistakes and urged the country to rectify and take practical measures to reverse “the adverse effects” caused by Pelosi’s visit before the situation in the Strait and bilateral relations are “irreparable.”

Xie urged Washington to stop using Taiwan to “contain” China“and interfering in the internal affairs of Peking.

Taiwan is from China and eventually return to the embrace of the mother country. The Chinese people are not afraid of ghosts, pressure or evil,” he stressed.

Taiwan denounces the incursion of 21 Chinese military planes

A total of 21 Chinese military aircraft entered the Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) of Taiwan, denounced the Ministry of Defense of the island in a statement.

The ministry announced the incursions in the early hours of Wednesday, shortly after the president of the US House of Representatives arrived on the island for a visit. Nancy Pelosia journey that Beijing called “provocation”.

According to the Military Ministry, J-16 and J-11 fighters, aircraft-radar KJ-500 Y reconnaissance aircraft Y-8 and Y-9 participated in the raid, which took place in the southwestern part of the Taiwanese ADIZ.

The break-ins occurred on Tuesday, when Pelosi He had not yet arrived in Taiwan but the US and Taiwanese media took the visit for granted.

The Island Air Force issued radio warnings and mobilized units to “respond” to the incursion into ADIZ, which is not defined or regulated by any international treaty and is not equivalent to its airspace, but rather encompasses a larger area that includes areas of mainland China. .

Source: www.elmundo.es

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