After America and Japan, now a delegation of French parliamentarians is going to visit Taipei. What kind of reactions China gives on this is awaited. However, China is currently facing severe devastation caused by the earthquake.
After America and Japan, now guests are coming from France to Taiwan. A delegation of five French parliamentarians is visiting Taipei this week. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs here has given this information.
It is known that after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, American politicians are continuing to visit Taiwan and during this time this will be the first time that a team of European parliamentarians will come here. The European Parliament is the elected parliamentary body of the European Union, headquartered in Strasbourg, France.
Now it remains to be seen that how China is going to react to this move of France, which is currently facing a severe natural disaster. Significantly, the earthquake that struck China’s Sichuan province on Monday caused a lot of damage to life and property. China is currently engaged in rescue operations.
Everyone is waiting for China’s response to the arrival of members from France has been closely watched by China almost every time when leaders from the international community arrive in Taipei.
China considers Taiwan as its part and cannot tolerate the interference of other countries of the world in the affairs between it and Taiwan. Through these military exercises, China wants to tell the world about its strength and warn them that no one should collide with it. Chinese military exercises around the border with Taiwan are proof of this.
Let us tell you that within two weeks of Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan in August, a delegation of US lawmakers visited Taiwan for two days.
After this, the governor of the American state of Indiana, Eric Holcomb, reached Taiwan on a tour. Meanwhile, delegations from Japan also visited Taiwan and met President Tsai Ing Wen.
The result of all this was that the movement of Chinese fighter planes and warships increased along the border of Taiwan and its sea area.
It is known that Taiwan considers itself an independent country since 1949, but China considers this self-governing island as its part.