July 15, 2024

Taiwan Stands Strong Against Chinese Threats

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Stop threatening us, Taiwan’s new president tells China

The newly elected president of Taiwan, Tsai Ing-wen, has issued a strong message to China, calling on them to stop threatening the island nation.

In her inaugural address, President Tsai said, “Taiwan will not bow to pressure from China. We will continue to defend our sovereignty and our democracy. We urge China to respect our autonomy and stop making threats against us.”

The relationship between Taiwan and China has long been contentious, with China claiming sovereignty over the island and refusing to rule out the use of force to achieve reunification. President Tsai’s comments come amid growing tensions between the two countries.

Taiwan has been a self-governing democracy since the end of the Chinese Civil War in 1949, but China considers it a renegade province that must be reunified with the mainland, by force if necessary.

President Tsai’s stance on relations with China has been closely watched by the international community, with many concerned about the potential for conflict between the two nations.

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