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China’s largest ever military exercise around Taiwan

China has begun its largest ever military exercise around Taiwan.

According to the island’s Defense Ministry, this is an attempt by China to destabilize peace in the region.

We will never let our interests be harmed, said Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.

After the challenge of Nancy Pelosi Cinema Ministry threatened Taiwan The Chinese regime decided to start military exercises around the island.

according to BBC It is the largest Chinese military exercise around the island ever.

It started at 12:00 local time (06:00 Swedish time).

The exercises will take place in six different locations in crowded waters, and according to China, the exercises will include long-range weapons.

China’s exercises are all over Taiwan and are the largest ever across the island.

The exercises are scheduled to take place at some locations near the coast of Taiwan.

China has made the greatest diplomatic efforts, but we will never let our interests be harmed, said the country’s foreign minister, Wang Yi, according to the Guardian.

He also describes US behavior as “crazy, irresponsible and highly irrational”.

According to Agence France-Presse, China launched, on Thursday, long-range missiles towards the Taiwan Strait between the two countries, which was also confirmed by the Taiwan government.

Chinese helicopters fly over Pingtan Island, near Taiwan.

The European Union is not satisfied

Ten minutes after the Chinese army began the exercises, the Taiwan Ministry of Defense responded to the message.

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They described China’s behavior as irrational and accused it of trying to destabilize peace and stability in the region.

“We do not want any escalation, but we will not back down when it comes to our security and sovereignty,” the Defense Ministry wrote on Twitter.

The EU foreign affairs chief is disappointed with China’s decision.

There is no justification for using the visit as a pretext for aggressive military activity in the Taiwan Strait. It is normal and routine for our country to take international flights.”