Lithuanian Deputy Minister of Economy held 14 meetings in Taiwan

In response to Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) conducted large-scale military exercises around Taiwan.

The CCP imposed sanctions on Pelosi and imposed trade restrictions on Taiwan. The CCP claims Taiwan as its territory and opposes foreign politicians visiting the island. Democratic-governed Taiwan rejects the CCP’s claims. Taiwan’s foreign ministry condemned the sanctions on Saturday, and called them tantamount to “irrational retaliation” by Communist China.

Recently, Lithuanian Deputy Minister of Economy and Innovation Agne Vaiciukeviciute also visited Taiwan a few days after Nancy Pelosi’s visit.

On Friday, Vaiciukeviciute said on Twitter that she had visited three cities and two seaports over five days and had 14 meetings in Taiwan.

Previously, the CCP had pressured multinational companies to cut ties with Lithuania. In January, the EU accused the CCP of discriminatory trade practices against Lithuania. And this visit will undoubtedly make the relationship between the CCP and Lithuania worse.

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