G7 and EU Condemn China’s Military Drill Around Taiwan After Pelosi Visit

G7 and EU countries condemned China’s military exercises around Taiwan after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan, according to a joint statement reported on August 4th.

 The countries have expressed concern over Beijing’s live-fire military drills and new economic measures against Taiwan, saying they could lead to unnecessary escalation.

 The statement emphasized that there is no reason to use the visit as an excuse for aggressive military activity in the Strait. It’s regular and routine for representatives of the national legislatures of different countries to travel around the world. Communist China’s escalating response could increase tensions. The People’s Republic of China is urged not to change the status quo in the region by force and to resolve the differences on either side of the Strait peacefully. 

 The G7 and the EU called on all parties to stay calm, exercise restraint, keep communication channels open, and prevent misunderstandings.

 Notably, US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi arrived in Taiwan for a visit from August 2nd to 3rd. She became the highest-ranking American politician to visit the island in the past 25 years. With her arrival, Communist China summoned the US ambassador. It announced that military exercises in Taiwan would begin on August 4th, with designated areas in some places very close to important ports of the island.

 John Kirby, the Coordinator for Strategic Communications of the National Security Council, said the US would not be intimidated by China’s threats and belligerent rhetoric during Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan.

 It has been clearly shown to the world that the Chinese Communist Party is a paper tiger, and the US had fully assessed that the regime wouldn’t dare to act based on the intelligence, some of which was from Miles Guo and the followers of the Whistleblower Movement.

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