Will China attack Taiwan in the afternoon? Dragon waiting for Nancy Pelosi to leave

US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi Of China stunned by Taiwan tour. dragon on this journey Taiwan And has warned America many times. In the midst of all this, Pelosi met the President of Taiwan on Wednesday and targeted China in the talks. Now today is the last day of his journey. It is […]
 


Will China attack Taiwan in the afternoon?  Dragon waiting for Nancy Pelosi to leave

US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi Of China stunned by Taiwan tour. dragon on this journey Taiwan And has warned America many times. In the midst of all this, Pelosi met the President of Taiwan on Wednesday and targeted China in the talks. Now today is the last day of his journey. It is being said that Pelosi on Wednesday afternoon Taiwan can depart from. In such a situation, it is feared that when Pelosi leaves Taiwan, China may take military action against him. Nancy will fly from Taiwan to South Korea.

This is being said because China has also announced military exercises in the sea and in the air around Taiwan. For this, China is also sending its missiles, fighter aircraft and missile defense systems there. It is being said that China will conduct this military exercise from Thursday to August 7. In view of these antics of China, America has also deployed its powerful warship USS Ronald Reagan in the Philippine Sea.

America is also doing military exercises

On the other hand, amid China’s growing military activities in the Indo-Pacific region, the US and Indonesia on Wednesday began annual joint military exercises on the island of Sumatra, indicating a further strengthening of mutual ties, with other countries also participating earlier. ran away. Time. The US embassy in Jakarta said in a statement that more than 5,000 troops from the US, Indonesia, Australia, Japan and Singapore are participating in the military exercise this year. This military exercise was started in 2009.

America will not back down from helping Taiwan

Nancy Pelosi said Wednesday that the US delegation visiting Taiwan is sending a message that the US self-governing island will not back down from its commitments. Despite protests from China, a delegation led by Pelosi is meeting with several leaders in Taiwan. In a brief statement after a meeting with Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen, he said the world today faces the challenge of choosing between democracy and autocracy. America’s commitment to protecting democracy in Taiwan and around the world is unwavering.