Taiwan Condemns China for Blocking Some of World's 'Busiest' Waters to Protest Pelosi

Taiwan Condemns China for Blocking Some of World’s ‘Busiest’ Waters to Protest Pelosi


Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen condemned China on Thursday for launching missiles “into some of the busiest transportation corridors in the world” in an ongoing attempted protest against Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) visiting the island nation.

Pelosi landed in Taipei on Tuesday evening, meeting on Wednesday with Tsai and top legislators to affirm her support for the country. The move has outraged Beijing, which falsely claims Taiwan — a sovereign nation with unofficial but friendly relations with America — as a “province” and maligns Tsai as a “separatist” leader.

“Today, China initiated live-fire military exercises in areas around Taiwan. This type of continued, deliberately heightened military threat, especially the dangerous launch of missiles into some of the busiest transportation corridors in

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