Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Nancy Pelosi in Taiwan: America's promise not to leave Taiwan alone while Taiwan defies China; President said, "Democracy around the world..." | President Tsai says Taiwan will firmly uphold its sovereignty calls Pelosi a devoted friend scsg 91

US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen met at the President’s Office in Taipei. Nancy Pelosi has assured on behalf of the US that we will not leave Taiwan alone even though China has taken an aggressive stance as Nancy has entered Taiwan despite China’s opposition. Nancy Palosi also said that we are very proud of our friendship with Taiwan.

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen thanked Nancy Pelosi for her visit to the country. Wayne also promised the US that we will do whatever we can to increase our defense capabilities. “We are constantly threatened with military action. But Taiwan will not bow to this. We will strive to maintain our sovereignty and maintain democracy in the country,” said Tsai Ing-wen. “Working with all democratic countries around the world, we uphold our democratic values,” Tsai Ing-wen also said.

Tsai Ing-wen said she was committed to maintaining peace and stability. The country’s president expressed determination to make Taiwan the most stable and secure country in world trade. Tsai Ing-wen thanked Nancy Pelosi for her support for Taiwan’s self-defense.

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“Taiwan is the most reliable and trustworthy country for America. We will continue to work with the US. We are also striving for peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region. As such, we seek to improve Taiwan-US relations by focusing on areas such as economic prosperity, skills development, supply and demand in the region,” said Tsai Ing-wen.

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After Pelosi landed at Taipei’s airport on Tuesday night, China began firing back and threatened to attack Taiwan. With the world already reeling from conflicts in Ukraine and Russia, rising tensions between China and the US have brought new war fears to the Asian continent.

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