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The United States does not support Taiwan’s independence, but Blinken says it will continue to expand its ties with Taipei.

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Joe Biden has triggered a diplomatic flap with Beijing this week, saying that if the island is invaded by China, the United States will come to Taiwan’s aid militarily. US officials said the US policy of “policy of deliberate ambiguity” was still in place and swiftly revised the president. China warned that if the United States “keeps going the wrong way,” it will face “unbearable” costs.

The United States does not support Taiwan’s independence, but it will continue to expand its ties with Taiwan, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.

“Our policies haven’t changed, but what has changed is to break relations between Taiwan and countries around the world and prevent them from joining international organizations, Blinken said in a speech at George Washington University on Thursday. It is a heightened coercion of Beijing. “

https://sputniknews.com/20220526/us-does-not-support-taiwan-independence-but-will-continue-to-expand-ties-with-taipei-blinken-says-1095803666.html The United States does not support Taiwan’s independence, but Blinken says it will continue to expand its ties with Taipei.

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