US News Taiwan says you have to stay on alert to China's military activities
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© AP - Chiang Ying-ying Éric Chu, (at the center) surrounded by his followers after being elected to the head of the Chinese nationalist party of Kuomintang (KMT ) in Taipei, Saturday, September 25, 2021. The Chinese nationalist party of the Kuomintang, the first opposition party in Taiwan, organized this Saturday the election of his Secretary General. An old party figure finally took away from a favorable candidate for "unification" with China.
Taiwan-China / (Photo, TV): Taiwan says I have to stay on alert against China's military activities
Taipei, October 5 (Reuters) - Taiwan Staying on alert to China's outrage military activities that transgress the regional peace, said Tuesday Prime Minister Su Tseng-Chang, after the passage of 56 Chinese aircraft in the defensive airspace of the democratic island, either A record.
In four days, from Friday to Monday, some 148 aircraft of the Chinese army have crossed Taiwanese airspace in the south of the island, told Taipei.
China considers Taiwan as a renegate province and does not exclude a recourse to force to bring it back into its fun. The island highlights its independence and wants to defend its freedoms and democracy.
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The multiple Chinese military maneuvers have decried by Taipei as a form of war for both the Taiwanese army by binding it to work to monitor Chinese devices, and to test the measures implemented by the island. .
"Taiwan must stay on alert. China is more and more outrage," said Tseng-Chang to journalists in Taipei. "The world has also seen the violations repeated by China of regional peace, as well as pressures on Taiwan".
President Tsai Ing-Wen, who prioritized the modernization of the Taiwanese army, said in a published tribune Tuesday that seeing down the island in the hands of Beijing would have "catastrophic" consequences for peace in Asia .
"This would indicate that in the current opposition of values in the world, authoritarianism takes precedence over democracy," she wrote in Foreign Affairs, stressing that Taiwan would do everything to defend himself against a possible attack .
A delegation from French senators, conducted by former Defense Minister Alain Richard, is expected this week in Taiwan, despite China's opposition, Tuesday said Taiwanese Foreign Ministry spokesman.
Paris has no formal diplomatic link with Taipei, but has the past sold weapons on the island. (Ben Blanchard and Yimou Lee report; French version Jean Terzian)
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