World / Taiwan president tsai ing wen appeals amid china action for international support to halt escalatio

Zoom News : Aug 07, 2022, 03:07 PM
China : It seems that China's flare-up over Taiwan is a sign of some new equation. In this episode, China has increased military exercises near the Taiwan coast. Apart from this, China is continuously threatening Taiwan. All this happened when US Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently visited Taiwan. In the midst of all this, President Tsai Ing-wen has appealed for international support and tensions to stop.

Indeed, Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has called for international support for her country and a halt to the escalation of the regional security situation. Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen said the country's government and military were closely monitoring the situation. In his tweet, he said that our government and army are closely monitoring China's military exercises and information warfare operations. It is also ready to answer as necessary.

Tsai Ing-wen also wrote that I call on the international community to support democratic Taiwan and prevent any escalation in the regional security situation. Taiwan's Defense Ministry said that several Chinese aircraft and ships were detected around the Taiwan Strait and some of them crossed the midline.

On the other hand, Taiwan's Central News Agency reported that the military saw four drones flying in the coastal Kinmen County area on Friday night. These four drones were from China and were seen around the Kinmen Islands, which were fired in the air by Taiwan. Several PLA craft were found around the Taiwan Strait, some having crossed the midline.

Earlier, China's increasing aggression and show of power in Taiwan has had no effect on America. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has clearly said that we stand firm about the security of our allies and partners. On the other hand, China is making a live display of its weapons in the entire Taiwan Gulf. It has fired a dozen ballistic missiles, some of which have also fallen in the Exclusive Economic Zone of Japan.