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Thursday, 16 January 2020

Taiwan's President warns China - If they attack, they will have to pay a heavy price

Taiwan's President warns China - If they attack, they will have to pay a heavy price

Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen warned China that if China attacks them, it will have to pay a heavy price. Sai has won the general election 5 days ago with a big margin of 80 lakh votes. She defeated the China-backed candidate by a margin of 38%. Describing Taiwan as a separate nation from China, Tsai said that Taiwan is already a free country. It is known as the 'Republic of China' and we do not have to declare our independence.

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Why did Tsai give a statement?

After Tsai became president, China's foreign minister Wang Yi said that if Taiwan declares independence, it will be overpowered by China. On this, Tsai said that as an independent country, we expect respect from China. Modern Taiwan is separate from Mainland China for the past 70 years and operates independently. Taiwan will not tolerate any attack on its independence.

'I hope China respects our mandate'

The newly elected President of China said that I hope that China will respect the views of the people of Taiwan. The President will deeply understand the mandate of the people given in the election. Looking at this, China will also change some of its existing policies. He said that I am under pressure to keep the issues related to independence firmly.

Taiwan doesn't believe in being part of Mainland China: Sai

Tsai said that Taiwan had been under the dictatorship of Nationalist Chiang Kai-shek for decades after its 1949 defeat to the Communist in the Chinese Civil War. It has emerged as Asia's most progressive democracy since 1980. Although it has been recognized by very few countries in the world, the result of this election shows that Taiwanese people do not believe in the theory of being part of Mainland China.

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