Blinken said – China’s attitude towards Taiwan changed
Blinken told an event at Stanford University in California that China’s attitude towards Taiwan has changed in recent years. He said China had taken a fundamental decision that the status quo would no longer be acceptable in the Taiwan Strait. Beijing is determined to move towards integration with Taiwan at a much faster pace than we previously thought. Blinken did not share a timeline or other information regarding China’s invasion or expansion of Taiwan. Despite this, the US Secretary of State’s remarks after Jinping’s statement have definitely created a sensation of a major war in Asia. Taiwan had also reacted sharply to the statement of the Chinese President a few days ago.
Big US official’s first statement regarding the occupation of Taiwan
Biden administration officials have repeatedly accused China of destroying the balance of power in the Taiwan Strait, but little has come of a statement on China’s intentions regarding the invasion. US officials are considered extremely sensitive to any of their statements. There is definitely some interest or meaning hidden behind his statement. In such a situation, the statement given by the US Secretary of State on China’s occupation of Taiwan is considered very important. The US believes that China’s invasion of Taiwan will be an event that will have geopolitical and economic consequences for the whole world. US President Joe Biden has clearly stated many times that America is committed to defending Taiwan. He has also talked about sending US troops to defend Taiwan.
US Admiral had threatened China
The State Department has not responded to the US Secretary of State’s statement. Last year, Admiral Philip Davidson, then-commander of the US Indo-Pacific Command, told the Senate Armed Services Committee that China intends to annex Taiwan during this decade, in fact, in the next six years. Taiwan is the main flashpoint between the US and China. Tensions have risen in the region since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan in August. In response to this visit, China conducted military exercises and fired missiles in the waters around Taiwan.