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China tends to resolve the Taiwan issue by force

China tends to resolve the Taiwan issue by force

China’s recent move on Taiwan shows Beijing is moving away from resolving disputes peacefully and toward coercion and the use of force, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said on Saturday.

At a press conference in Manila, the US diplomatic chief accused China of acting irresponsibly by suspending several communication and cooperation mechanisms with the US in retaliation for US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s move on Taiwan.

In response to the arrival, the Chinese military has been conducting unprecedented maneuvers around Taiwan since Thursday, which Taiwanese officials described as a drill for an assault on the island on Saturday. During this maneuver, the Chinese military fired ballistic missiles at Taipei for the first time.

In retaliation, Beijing canceled high-level military talks with China and the United States, suspended cooperation in several areas and halted bilateral climate dialogue. Blinken estimated that these measures would affect not only the United States, but the entire world.

“They include many military communication channels that are important to avoid disagreements and crises (…) Suspending climate cooperation does not punish the United States, but it does not punish the world, especially developing countries. We should not take global cooperation hostage because of the differences between our two countries,” said Reuters. Quoted Blinken said.

The U.S. Secretary of State added that U.S. allies view China’s actions near Taiwan as dangerous and destabilizing. However, Washington will approach the situation more calmly, Blinken assured.

The US diplomat told Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at a recent multilateral meeting in Cambodia that the US is committed to maintaining ties with the PRC to avoid misunderstandings. “Therefore, let me make it clear that the United States does not think escalating this situation is in the interests of Taiwan, the region, or our own national security,” he stressed.

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