Pelosi meets Taiwan President, US commits to Taiwan’s security

US Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen this morning. After that the list of many high profile seats is fixed. Pelosi will also meet Mark Liu, chairman of TSMC, Taiwan’s largest semiconductor manufacturer. TSMC is also going to set up a large semiconductor factory in the US. It is certain that such meetings […]
 


Pelosi meets Taiwan President, US commits to Taiwan’s security

US Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen this morning. After that the list of many high profile seats is fixed. Pelosi will also meet Mark Liu, chairman of TSMC, Taiwan’s largest semiconductor manufacturer. TSMC is also going to set up a large semiconductor factory in the US. It is certain that such meetings of Nancy in Taiwan will make China more furious.

Came for friendship: Pelosik

The US House speaker arrived in Taiwan and said he was honored to be addressed as a “good friend of Taiwan”. There are 3 main motives behind their visit to this self-governing island of Taiwan.

1. Safety first, the safety of our people and global security

2. Spreading Second Economy, Maximum Prosperity

3. Third Rule.

Pelosi made this statement after talking to the deputy speaker of Taiwan. US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said her delegation reached Taiwan for “regional peace”. With this, Nancy Pelosi has become the highest-level US official to visit Taiwan in the last 25 years.

live telecast of the meeting

Following a meeting with lawmakers, US President Pelosi met with Taiwan’s President Tsai in the presidential office. Surprisingly, the meeting was telecast live, avoiding the issue of privacy.

Pelosi herself said that she wants to increase inter-parliamentary cooperation and dialogue, and for this she wants to work specifically with Taiwan. He said the new US legislation aimed at strengthening the US chip industry in the face of competition with China, provides more opportunities for US-Taiwan economic cooperation.

The article warned China of its intention to travel to Taiwan.

Pelosi wrote an article in the Washington Post after arriving in Taiwan. Pelosi titled the article, ‘Why am I leading a US congressional delegation to Taiwan?’ Thus titled. He wrote that 43 years ago the US Congress passed the Taiwan Relations Act. It was signed by the then US President Jimmy Carter.

The Taiwan Relations Act is an important pillar of US foreign policy in Asia Pacific. The act reaffirms America’s commitment to Taiwan’s democracy. Through this act, we advance economic and diplomatic relations with Taiwan.

America is committed to the security of Taiwan

Pelosi wrote that the US is committed to the security of Taiwan. If Taiwan’s future is changed unilaterally and forcefully, it will be a threat to the Western Pacific. This would be worrying for America.

America should once again remember this contact. China has dramatically increased tensions with Taiwan in recent years. The People’s Republic of China has continuously sent its fighter jets, patrol bombers and surveillance aircraft into Taiwan’s airspace. According to the US Defense Department, China is trying to control Taiwan. China has also targeted Taiwan’s cyberspace. China attacks Taiwan’s government agencies every day.