China threatens the United States again

China threatens retaliation if Pelosi visits Taiwan

Ivan Rodriguez Gelfenstein

On Tuesday, Beijing threatened to take "firm and decisive action" if U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi carries out her plan to visit Taiwan.

Pelosi plans to visit the autonomous island that China considers its own in August. Initially, the deputy was due to make the visit in April, but had to postpone it because he tested positive for COVID-19.

China has vowed to forcibly annex Taiwan if necessary, and recently deployed fighter jets near Taiwan's airspace and conducted military exercises there.

A visit by Pelosi "seriously undermines China's sovereignty and territorial integrity, seriously damage the foundations of U.S.-China relations, and send a very wrong message to Taiwan's pro-independence forces," a Taiwanese Foreign Ministry spokesman said. Porcelain. , Zhao Lijiang, at a press conference.

"If the United States insists on going the wrong way, China will take decisive and decisive action to protect its sovereignty and territorial integrity," Zhao added.

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