China’s inaction: missile strikes on East Taiwan in the name of military exercise

Angered by Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, China announced military exercises. China, which became aggressive after Nancy Pelosi left Taiwan, has now started attacks in other parts to teach Taiwan a lesson. In the name of military training, the Chinese army has suddenly attacked the eastern parts of Taiwan. About 10 Chinese military ships temporarily […]
 


China’s inaction: missile strikes on East Taiwan in the name of military exercise

Angered by Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, China announced military exercises. China, which became aggressive after Nancy Pelosi left Taiwan, has now started attacks in other parts to teach Taiwan a lesson. In the name of military training, the Chinese army has suddenly attacked the eastern parts of Taiwan. About 10 Chinese military ships temporarily crossed the Taiwan Strait midline and remained in the area from Wednesday night to Thursday afternoon. The Chinese military has fired missiles at certain locations in the Taiwan Strait.

Taiwan has also threatened retaliation against China in self-defense. If China does not practice warfare within its borders and tries to penetrate Taiwan, Taiwan will retaliate against China at any cost for its self-defense.

The war between Taiwan and China has been going on for a long time. In 1949, the Communist Party won the civil war. Since then the two regions consider themselves to be one country but the dispute is which government will lead the national government. China considers Taiwan as its province. Whereas Taiwan considers itself an independent country. The rift between the two started after the Second World War. At that time there was a war going on in mainland China between the Communist Party of China and the Kuomintang.

Ignoring all threats from China, US Speaker Nancy Pelosi finally reached Taiwan. Although disappointed with his visit, China has now started efforts to maintain its hold on Taiwan. China has previously banned imports of citrus fruits, white-edged hairtail fish and frozen horse mackerel from Taiwan. Earlier, China itself said that it would ban the export of natural sand to Taiwan from August.