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Translated by: MOS English Team – mingyue
President Biden said if the Chinese Communists Party (CCP) invades Taiwan, the US is willing to intervene with military force. Various groups voiced their concerns with Biden’s remarks of intervention. In an interview on the 24th, Biden said the policy of strategic ambiguity towards Taiwan has not changed.
Biden held a meeting with representatives from India, Australia, and Japan, known as the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (QUAD) in Tokyo on the 24th. After the meeting, a reporter asked Biden if the strategic ambiguity policy toward Taiwan has ended? Biden replied, no it had not.
After Biden’s remarks on the 23rd, the White House reported, “As the president said, U.S. policy toward Taiwan has not changed, he reaffirmed the One-China policy. The United States is committed to peace in the Taiwan Strait, and will provide Taiwan with self-defense military equipment, according to the Taiwan Relations Act.”
The White House said the U.S.’s One-China policy has not changed, but does not agree with the CCP’s use of force to achieve its goals.
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