China on Joe Biden’s Statement on Taiwan: The enmity between China and America has increased in the midst of the war between Russia and Ukraine. India’s neighboring country China has now erupted over the statement of US President Joe Biden, in which he talked about US military intervention in Taiwan. US President Joe Bidney said that if China attacked self-governing Taiwan, the US would intervene militarily with Japan. Dragons has condemned this statement.
What did Joe Bidney say?
Joe Biden, who arrived in Tokyo, Japan for the Quad Summit, was questioned by the media if China attacks Taiwan, whether he is willing to protect it by military intervention. In response, the US President said, “Yes, we have made this commitment.” Biden said that China’s move to use force against Taiwan would be “not only unfair”, but “it would destabilize the entire region and Will be similar to the action taken in Ukraine. During this, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida was also with Biden.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told the media after Joe Biden’s statement, “We condemn and reject the American remarks.” Wang said, “Taiwan is an integral part of Chinese territory and where As far as Taiwan is concerned, it is completely an internal matter of China, in which there is no scope for any foreign interference.
Taiwan issue and Ukraine issue completely different – China
Wang Wenbin said, “There is no scope for compromise or concession on issues of the country’s core interests, including China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.” He warned, “China will take concrete action to protect its sovereignty and security interests.” He urged the US to respect the “one China policy” and said that the issue of Taiwan and the issue of Ukraine are completely different. It is absurd to compare them.
Let us tell you that this statement of Joe Biden has put Chinese President Xi Jinping’s ambitious plan of national integration in jeopardy. The integration of Taiwan with mainland China is a big political promise from Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is expected to win approval from the ruling Communist Party this year for a third term as president. The party’s convention, to be held once in five years, is scheduled to be held in the next few months.