(Seoul = Yonhap News) Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) said he had faith that the United States would defend Taiwan if China invades Taiwan militarily.
In an interview with CNN on the 27th (local time), President Tsai said, “We are working extensively with the United States to enhance Taiwan’s defense capabilities.” .
The remarks came six days after US President Joe Biden called for Chinese backlash by saying that the US was ready to defend if China invades Taiwan on the 21st.
President Tsai also found it unusual to see that U.S. forces are currently stationed in Taiwan to help Taiwanese forces.
He didn’t say specifically how many Americans there were, but he added that “not as many as you think” while confirming the presence.
The United States formally withdrew its troops from Taiwan when formal diplomatic relations were established with China in 1979. Let’s see the video.
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