In response to China's provocations, America announces the strengthening of its trade relationship with Taiwan In response to China's provocations, America announces the strengthening of its trade relationship with Taiwan

In response to China's provocations, America announces the strengthening of its trade relationship with Taiwan

In response to China's provocations, America announces the strengthening of its trade relationship with Taiwan The United States announced its intention to strengthen its trade relationship with Taiwan, in response to "China's provocations." The US decisions come in the wake of military exercises conducted by Beijing in a show of forces following the visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan.  The White House announced the United States' intention to strengthen its trade relationship with Taiwan, affirming its full right to move by air and sea in the strait separating Taiwan from China, in response to "China's provocations."  The White House statement came after the Taiwanese Foreign Ministry expressed, Saturday, its "sincere gratitude" to the United States for taking "concrete measures" to maintain security and peace in the Taiwan Strait and the region.  On Friday, Kurt Campbell, the White House coordinator for Asia and Pacific issues and an advisor to President Joe Biden, said that "a new trade plan will be revealed within days," while US forces will cross the Taiwan Strait in the coming weeks.  The US decisions come in the wake of military exercises conducted by Beijing in a show of forces following the visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to self-ruled Taiwan.  Taiwan accused China of using the visit of Pelosi, the highest-ranking US official to visit the island in decades, as an excuse to start exercises, which Taipei described as a test for a Chinese invasion.  For his part, Campbell said that Pelosi's visit "consistent" with Washington's current policy, considering that China "overreacted." He considered that Beijing used that pretext to "launch an intense campaign of pressure on Taiwan to try to change the status quo and endanger peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait and in the wider region."  "China overreacted, and its actions remain provocative, destabilizing and unprecedented," Campbell said.

The United States announced its intention to strengthen its trade relationship with Taiwan, in response to "China's provocations." The US decisions come in the wake of military exercises conducted by Beijing in a show of forces following the visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan.

The White House announced the United States' intention to strengthen its trade relationship with Taiwan, affirming its full right to move by air and sea in the strait separating Taiwan from China, in response to "China's provocations."

The White House statement came after the Taiwanese Foreign Ministry expressed, Saturday, its "sincere gratitude" to the United States for taking "concrete measures" to maintain security and peace in the Taiwan Strait and the region.

On Friday, Kurt Campbell, the White House coordinator for Asia and Pacific issues and an advisor to President Joe Biden, said that "a new trade plan will be revealed within days," while US forces will cross the Taiwan Strait in the coming weeks.

The US decisions come in the wake of military exercises conducted by Beijing in a show of forces following the visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to self-ruled Taiwan.

Taiwan accused China of using the visit of Pelosi, the highest-ranking US official to visit the island in decades, as an excuse to start exercises, which Taipei described as a test for a Chinese invasion.

For his part, Campbell said that Pelosi's visit "consistent" with Washington's current policy, considering that China "overreacted." He considered that Beijing used that pretext to "launch an intense campaign of pressure on Taiwan to try to change the status quo and endanger peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait and in the wider region."

"China overreacted, and its actions remain provocative, destabilizing and unprecedented," Campbell said.
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