The Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, denied this Friday that a visit to Taiwan had caused damage to the island and called the dispute “ridiculous”, assuring that the United States would “resolve” the situation. does not intend to change. quo’ area.
Asked at a news conference whether he thought his visit to Taiwan was not beneficial to the island, the Speaker of the House of Representatives said it was a “ridiculous” controversy, alleging that the Asian country was “the most One of the more “is free from samsara.”
“We have said from the beginning that our representation here is not about changing the ‘status quo’ in Asia. It is again about the law of relations with Taiwan and the politics between the United States and China,” Pelosi said during a visit to Japan on the last day of his Asian tour, according to a statement from his office.
Pelosi, on the other hand, has agreed with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida that the two countries work together to maintain peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait, Japanese agency NHK reported.
“We confirm that Japan and the United States will continue to work together to maintain peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait,” said Kishida, who along with Pelosi emphasized the importance of guaranteeing “a free and open Indo-Pacific”. shared.
Similarly, the Japanese president has called on China to end military exercises in Taiwan: “The actions of the Chinese side will have serious consequences for the peace and stability of the region and the international community.”
The agreement reached between the two sides on the final day of Pelo’s visit to Asia increased tensions between the United States and China over his visit to the island of Taiwan, an area the Chinese government declares as its own.
Amid an official visit, the Japanese government condemned this Thursday that five of nine ballistic missiles launched by the Chinese military as part of a series of military maneuvers fell overboard southwest of Hateruma Island in Okinawa. have gone. , within the Japanese Exclusive Economic Zone.
Following this, Tokyo has presented a diplomatic offer to Beijing and has shown its concern about Chinese military training, which was announced after Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, where she arrived on Tuesday night.
Nancy Pelosi and her controversial trip to Taiwan