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Pelosi in Taiwan: 21 Chinese military planes entered Taiwan Air Defence Zone on day of Nancy’s visits

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Taipei: In the breaking development, Nancy pelosi reached Taiwan. China is furious with US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi arriving in Taiwan. He is constantly giving warnings. 21 Chinese military aircraft entered Taiwan’s airspace on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Nancy Pelosi, while supporting democracy in Taiwan, has advocated for increasing trade ties between the two countries.

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China has always considered Taiwan as its par t. Jinping has said many times that if not today or tomorrow, Taiwan will join China. Meanwhile, China has been badly infuriated by US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan and has announced maneuvers around Taiwan. On the other hand, during her visit, Nancy, while talking to the media, made it clear that she has three important issues to come to Taiwan. Security, Peace and Government.

The island’s defence ministry said in a statement on Twitter: “21 PLA aircraft … entered #Taiwan’s southwest ADIZ on August 2, 2022,” referring to the air defence identification zone.

He further said that we are with the people of Taiwan. He said that we are supporters of Taiwan’s democracy. Soon she will meet Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing Wen. Nancy further said that America wants peace in Taiwan. We want to increase parliamentary exchanges with Taiwan. Taiwan is one of the most independent societies in the world. He said that we are here to listen to you and learn from you. We have to find a way to move forward together. He said that how we can work together to save this planet from the climate crisis, we will also talk about it.

On the other hand, China’s military, which erupted from Nancy Pelosi’s Taiwan visit, has warned that we are ready to counter any provocation and capable of protecting our territorial integrity. This is our warning to malicious Taiwanese travellers. In fact, China considers Taiwan as its part, so it also opposes Taiwan’s proximity to any other country.

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What is China and Taiwan dispute?
The dispute between these two countries is very old. Since 1949, both the parts of the Communist Party consider themselves to be one country. China still considers Taiwan as its part, while Taiwan says that it is a free country. The dispute between these countries started after the second world war. In 1940, the Communist Party under the leadership of Mao Zedong defeated the Kuomintang Party. After which the people of Kuomintang settled in Taiwan. This was the year when China was renamed ‘People’s Republic of China’ and Taiwan’s ‘Republic of China’.

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