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If Taiwan declares itself independent, it will not delay in waging war, whatever the outcome – China

Chinese Defense Minister on China-Taiwan Dispute: Amidst the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, a war of words has broken out between America and China over Taiwan. China has clearly threatened that if Taiwan declares itself independent, then it will not delay in waging war. China said that we will not hesitate at all to start a war, no matter what its outcome may be. Discussing China’s vision for the regional system, Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe said that we will fight till the end over Taiwan.

Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe said, ‘No one should underestimate the resolve and capability of the Chinese armed forces to defend their territorial integrity.’ The Chinese leader’s remarks are said to have come in response to a speech by US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, where he stressed that Beijing’s aggressive and dangerous actions are a threat to stability in Asia.

War of words between China and America over Taiwan!

The Chinese minister said that those who consider Taiwan’s independence in an attempt to divide China will certainly not have a good ending. Fenghe said that we will fight at all costs and will fight till the end. No one should underestimate the resolve and capability of the Chinese Armed Forces to defend its territorial integrity. We will fight for Taiwan till the end no matter what the cost.

What did America say?

At the Premier Defense Forum in Singapore on Saturday, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Indo-Pacific countries should not face political intimidation, economic coercion or harassment by maritime militias. While pledging to support Taiwan in the face of increasing Chinese assertiveness, he said that we are firmly committed to our long-standing one-China policy.

US emphasis on free and open Indo-Pacific

US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, referring to the country by the official name, said that the PRC (People’s Republic of China) is undermining security, and stability and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific. makes threats. Now as part of our one-China policy, we will continue to fulfill our commitments under the Taiwan Relations Act. This includes assisting Taiwan in maintaining adequate self-defense capability. The US defense chief also emphasized a free and open Indo-Pacific.

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