China Taiwan Conflict: Ralph Gonsalves, the Prime Minister of the Caribbean nation St. Vincent, has now reached Taiwan to extend China’s displeasure after US Congress Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s discuss with to Taiwan. On Ralph Gonsalves’ arrival in Taiwan, President Tsai Ing Wen mentioned his arrival in the course of pressure confirmed his dedication.
Speaking at Gonsalves’ reception, Tsai mentioned, “Prime Minister Gonsalves has said in recent days that Chinese military exercises cannot prevent him from meeting friends in Taiwan. This statement has touched us deeply. Saint Vincent is one of the countries that maintains formal diplomatic relations with Taiwan. Prime Minister Gonsalves said that he has come here for solidarity with Taiwan, to strengthen bilateral ties and for peace, security and prosperity for all.
To resolve differences in a peaceful and civilized manner
Gonsalves said that we in the whole world, including the Western Hemisphere, do not like that a powerful country threatens its neighbors. Wherever there are differences, they should be resolved in a civilized and peaceful manner. Tsai said this is Gonsalves’ 12th visit and 11th as prime minister, which clearly shows the importance of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Will continue the exercise
In recent days, China has conducted unprecedented military exercises around Taiwan and launched ballistic missiles over the capital Taipei for the first time. So far it was believed that this maneuver would have ended on Sunday, but China said on Monday that its military drill would continue close to Taiwan. Let us tell you that China claims its right over Taiwan.
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