Pelosi In Japan, China flies 100 fighters over Taiwan

China won’t stop me from going to Taiwan, says US speaker in Tokyo China is becoming aggressive, provoked by the Taiwan visit of US Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi. It began exercises for the siege of Taiwan on Thursday. After this news, China launched five missiles, which landed in Japan’s Z. Japan has strongly opposed this.
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Pelosi In Japan, China flies 100 fighters over Taiwan


China won’t stop me from going to Taiwan, says US speaker in Tokyo

China is becoming aggressive, provoked by the Taiwan visit of US Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi. It began exercises for the siege of Taiwan on Thursday. After this news, China launched five missiles, which landed in Japan’s Z. Japan has strongly opposed this. At the same time, 22 Chinese aircraft once again entered Taiwan’s air defense zone. Amidst all this, Nancy Pelosi arrived in Tokyo, the capital of Japan.
Tension between China and Taiwan is increasing. After Thursday’s missile launch, China is now reported to have flown 100 fighter jets over the Taiwan border. However, Taiwan also refused to back down. Earlier it was reported that 22 Chinese planes also entered Taiwan’s air defense zone.
Due to the visit of American MP Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan, there is a debate going on all over the world about how far China’s displeasure will go. The countries of the world are afraid that after this visit of Nancy Pelosi, China will not attack Taiwan soon. At the same time, when the whole world is caught in this dilemma, what will be China’s next move regarding Taiwan? Meeting the American MP then not only gave a big message to Tibet but also created a big environment for Taiwan’s independence.
Nancy Pelosi, who arrived in Japan, said that the conversation between the President of America and China is going on. There should be a dialogue between such two big countries. If we don’t talk about human rights because of commercial interests in China, we lose all moral right to talk about human rights anywhere in the world, he said.
China wants to isolate Taiwan, Nancy Pelosi said in Tokyo. But we don’t allow it. China cannot stop me from traveling to Taiwan, he said. It will not dictate my journey.

50,000 American troops stationed in Japanese island
Japan has in recent years boosted its defense capabilities and troop presence in remote islands, including Okinawa, about 700 kilometers (420 miles) northeast of southwestern Japan and Taiwan. Many residents say they worry their island could quickly become embroiled in any Taiwan conflict. Okinawa is home to about 50,000 American troops stationed in Japan under a bilateral security agreement.
At breakfast early Friday, Pelosi and her congressional delegation also discussed their shared security concerns over China, North Korea and Russia and pledged their commitment to work toward peace and stability in Taiwan, Kishida said. Pelosi was also scheduled to speak with her Japanese counterpart, Lower House Speaker Hiroyuki Hosoda.
Japan and its key ally, the US, are pushing for new security and economic frameworks with other democracies in the Indo-Pacific region and Europe as a counter to China’s growing influence amid rising tensions between Beijing and Taipei.