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Offbeat Weißbuch: China confirms threatening violent reunification with Taiwan

14:10  10 august  2022
14:10  10 august  2022 Source:   ksta.de

On the way to Asia, Nancy Pelosi maintains the blur on his visit to Taiwan

 On the way to Asia, Nancy Pelosi maintains the blur on his visit to Taiwan © AP - Andy Wong Beijing warned Washington that a visit to Nancy Pelosi in Taiwan would be a "red line". Here in the Chinese capital, on July 31, 2022. The president of the American House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, confirmed this Sunday, July 31, being on the way to Asia, without mentioning a possible stage in Taiwan which could make the more the relations between China and the United States.

The Chinese government has confirmed in a new white book in Taiwan that it wants to enforce its claim to the island if necessary. "We are ready to create large space for peaceful reunification, but we will not leave any space for separatist activities of all kinds," says the white book, which the Chinese office for Taiwan affairs released in Beijing on Wednesday. China will "not swear in the application of violence and we reserve the right to take all the necessary measures", the guidelines continue to be used.

Ein Soldat der chinesischen Volksbefreiungsarmee schaut in diesem von der chinesischen Nachrichtenagentur Xinhua bereitgestellten Bild durch ein Fernglas. © AP A soldier of the Chinese People's Liberation Army looks in this image provided by the Chinese news agency Xinhua through binoculars.

The People's Republic is "only forced to take drastic measures in order to react to the provocation of separatist elements or external forces if they should ever exceed our red lines". In the event of reunification with the People's Republic, the Weißbuch Taiwan promises economic prosperity. In addition, the island then enjoys "greater security and dignity".

Notes on Taiwan's visit by US democrat Pelosi, regardless of the warnings from Beijing, a visit by the chairman of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, seems more and more likely in Taiwan. Pelosi arrived in Malaysia on Tuesday, the second stat

 Notes on Taiwan's visit by US democrat Pelosi, regardless of the warnings from Beijing, a visit by the chairman of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, seems more and more likely in Taiwan. Pelosi arrived in Malaysia on Tuesday, the second stat © Sam Yeh Regardless of the warnings from Beijing, a visit by the chairman of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, seems more and more likely in Taiwan. According to media reports, she could travel to Taipei after visiting Malaysia. , as chair of the House of Representatives, is the third highest office in the United States. She would be the highest US representative for 25 years that Taiwan would pay a visit.

tensions in the China-Taiwan conflict since a visit to Pelosi at the climax

last published China in 2000 a white book in Taiwan. Since the end of the 1990s, the island had developed from a autocracy to a lively democracy. Since Tsai Ing-Wen became President of Taiwan in 2016, relationships with Beijing have deteriorated significantly. In the past few days, had further tightened the tensions . After a visit to Taiwan by US top politician Nancy Pelosi, China started comprehensive military maneuvers from Taiwan last Thursday.

Regardless of all protests and contrary to their own announcements to end the maneuvers on Sunday, the People's Republic continued the military exercises. Taiwan's Foreign Minister Joseph Wu accused China on Tuesday to "prepare for an invasion of Taiwan". On Tuesday, Taiwan held an almost one -hour military exercise to defend a possible attack.

Since the division between China and Taiwan in 1949, Beijing sees the island as a renegade area that it wants to reunite with the mainland - if necessary with military violence. The Russian attack war against Ukraine has also grown fears that Beijing could rely on a similar approach when dealing with Taiwan. (AFP)

After the visit of Nancy Pelosi, a delegation from the US Congress arrives at Taiwan .
© Ministry of Taiwan External Relations via AP A delegation from the US Congress arrived in Taipei on Sunday, August 14. American parliamentarians arrived in Taiwan on Sunday where they must meet President Tsai Ing-Wen and Foreign Minister Joseph Wu. Beijing, already scalded by the previous visit of the owner of the American House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, By asking Washington to "stop playing with fire".

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