68 Chinese planes passed near Taiwan, Dragon showed eye to US

Taipei 68 Chinese military aircraft and 13 warships passed close to Taiwan on Friday. The Ministry of Defense of Taiwan gave this information. Taipei’s military said 68 fighter jets and 13 warships of the Chinese Army (PLA) crossed the “middle line” dividing the Taiwan Strait during Friday’s military exercises. “(We) condemn the
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68 Chinese planes passed near Taiwan, Dragon showed eye to US


Taipei

68 Chinese military aircraft and 13 warships passed close to Taiwan on Friday. The Ministry of Defense of Taiwan gave this information. Taipei’s military said 68 fighter jets and 13 warships of the Chinese Army (PLA) crossed the “middle line” dividing the Taiwan Strait during Friday’s military exercises. “(We) condemn the communist army deliberately crossing the midline of the strait and conducting military exercises at sea and in the air around Taiwan,” the defense ministry said in its latest statement.

China is infuriated by US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taipei. It has deployed aircraft carriers and nuclear-capable submarines in a massive military exercise in the Taiwan Strait to show its strength. China strongly objected to Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan. China considers Taiwan a part of its country.

America should not try to create a big crisis – China
Meanwhile, China has once again given a stern warning to America. Regarding Pelosi’s visit, the Chinese Foreign Minister said that it is very shameful that he visited Taiwan. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said, “The Speaker of the US House, Nancy Pelosi, disregarded China’s strong opposition. It is shameful that he visited the Taiwan region of China. It has seriously affected China’s sovereignty and interfered in our internal affairs.” Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told a media briefing after the conclusion of various ASEAN meetings in the Cambodian capital on Friday that the US should not be in a hurry to create a major crisis.

Chinese military exercise ‘intentional provocation’: Blinken
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Friday that China’s military drills targeting Taiwan and the launch of a missile into Japan’s exclusive economic zone are a sign of “intentional provocation” and called on China to step back. requested. Blinken told reporters on the sidelines of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) meeting in Cambodia that Pelosi’s visit was peaceful and did not mark a change in US policy on Taiwan. He alleged that China is taking it (the visit) as an excuse to “promote military activities along the Taiwan Straits”.