China should not promote military adventurism on the Taiwan issue: Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen  

Taipei / Beijing – Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen warned that the use of military means is not an option to resolve the differences between China and Taiwan. Besides, the Chinese regime should not encourage such military adventurism. At this time, the Taiwanese President also expressed concern over human rights and democracy in Hong Kong. Meanwhile, while addressing the Chinese people, Chinese President Xi Jinping once again has raised the issue of Taiwan, warning that the unification of the motherland would be an important stage.   

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Moreover, it has consistently emerged that the Taiwan issue has been festering for the last few months. China is taking aggressive steps against Taiwan on the military and diplomatic levels. Pressurizing Taiwan’s allies, threats of war to Taiwan, and sending warships, submarines and fighter jets closer to Taiwan’s limits, China is showing that it will not withdraw over the Taiwan issue. Verbal clashes between the Chinese and Taiwanese leadership also appear to have erupted from these activities of China. Jinping’s statement and Ing-wen’s warning seem to be part of that.   

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On New Year’s Eve, Chinese President Xi Jinping addressed the nation. At this time, he mentioned the achievements and objectives of the communist regime. ‘In implementing one country, two systems, the Macau Special Administrative Region government and society have worked both to safeguard the sovereignty, security and development interests of the country, and to uphold the long-term prosperity and stability of Macau itself. The complete reunification of our motherland is an aspiration shared by people,’ in both China and Taiwan, he said, adding that Taiwan’s reunification would continue. Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen responded to Jinping through a speech.  

‘We must remind the Beijing authorities not to misjudge the situation and prevent the internal expansion of ‘military adventurism’. The use of military means is absolutely not an option for resolving the differences between our two sides,’ said Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen. ‘The pursuit of democracy and freedom is not a crime, and Taiwan will not bow down to authoritarian China,’ she added. Ing-wen also warned that Taiwan’s position in support of Hong Kong would not change. 

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