Chinese military encirclement training ends… Taiwan “China violates UN Charter”

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While China completed the three-day training in the form of encircling Taiwan, the Taiwanese government fiercely criticized China for violating the UN Charter.

According to Taiwan’s Central News Agency on the 11th, Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement the evening before, “China distorted the fact that ‘normal overseas tours’ is a basic right of a sovereign state and took it as an issue and reacted hypersensitively.” Not only did it aggravate the situation, but it also showed the irrational and absurd nature of the communist regime.”

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Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs also said, “China intentionally misused military exercises to undermine peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait.” I express my protest again.”

He continued, “There is a past precedent for the Taiwanese president to pass through the United States to visit an ally, but China used this as an excuse to carry out military drills.” It is a unilateral change in the status quo and the intention to set up a red line.”

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Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, “The Republic of China, Taiwan, has never been part of the People’s Republic of China (China), and the People’s Republic of China has never governed Taiwan.” Emphasized.

At the same time, he pointed out that “strong regimes do not understand and do not have the right to interfere with exchanges and exchanges between democratic countries.”

“Taiwan, as a responsible member of the international community, will not escalate tensions or incite conflict,” the Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs said. ”he insisted.

“Taiwan will maintain close communication and cooperation with countries with similar ideologies, such as the United States, and together prevent the expansion and aggression of authoritarianism,” he said. he added.

Prior to this, the Chinese military announced on the 10th that it had completed a three-day military exercise in the form of encircling Taiwan from the 8th.

The Eastern Front Command of the People’s Liberation Army, which is in charge of Taiwan, said, “From the 8th to the 10th, the Eastern Front successfully completed each task in the form of combat readiness patrol and ‘sharp sword’ combined training surrounding Taiwan, and conducted various operations under real combat conditions. “We have thoroughly checked the combined operational capabilities of the armed forces,” he said.

Source: Donga

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