US governor reaches Taiwan: Eric has tweeted the details of his tour. He told in his tweet that he will meet Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen on Monday morning. From Taiwan he will travel to South Korea. “I look forward to further strengthening the US partnership with Taiwan and South Korea this week,” he said.
Despite China’s maneuvers and constant threats to Taiwan and America, American leaders are visiting Taiwan one after the other. On Sunday, Governor Eric Holcomb of the US state of Indiana also visited Taiwan, following a visit by US Lower House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and a delegation of US lawmakers. After his visit, there has been a stir in Taiwan once again. Meanwhile, information has been received that MPs from Japan can also visit Taiwan.
Eric tweeted the information
Eric has tweeted the details of his tour. He told in his tweet that he will meet Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen on Monday morning. From Taiwan he will travel to South Korea. “I look forward to further strengthening the US partnership with Taiwan and South Korea this week,” he said. He has named his visit to these two countries as Economic Development Yatra.
China freaks out again
At the same time, China is furious about the visit of American leaders to Taiwan. Taiwan said during a visit by the governor of the US state of Indiana, Eric Holcomb, that 12 Chinese planes and five ships had been tracked on Sunday. Five of these ships have crossed the barrier line of the Taiwan Strait.
US lawmakers’ delegation visited
Let us inform that 12 days after the visit of US Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a five-member delegation of US lawmakers visited there. After Pelosi’s visit, China had conducted aggressive maneuvers. The five-member delegation was led by Ed Markey, a Democratic lawmaker from Massachusetts. The delegation included Aumua Amata Coleman Radewagen, John Garamendi, Alan Lowenthal and Don Baer.
Even before this, China had done war exercises
Let us tell you that before this, China had also conducted war exercises on August 5. During this time, China flew 68 aircraft, 13 ships around the sea near the border with Taiwan. At the same time, Taiwan was also enraged by this dictatorship of China and accused it of violating the strait. In addition, the Chinese Eastern Theater Command claimed to have accurately hit unidentified targets in the Taiwan Strait by launching new versions of the missiles. These included projectiles fired over Taiwan into the Pacific. Chinese fighter jets also entered Taiwan’s airspace on the second day of the Chinese exercise, with 20 warplanes and 10 warships crossing the median line of the Taiwan Strait.