China is conducting a military exercise targeting Taiwan due to its independence demand. According to Chinese media, the Beijing government is involved in this operation with long-range rockets, naval destroyers, missile boats, thousands of soldiers, and warships.
China is increasing tension due to Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s visit to the US. The Chinese government announced that it will impose sanctions on US-based organizations and Taiwan’s de facto US ambassador Hsiao Bi-khim in opposition to Tsai Ing-wen’s contacts in the US and Taiwan’s independence.
Hsiao Bi-khim announced on her Twitter account that the People’s Republic of China had included her in the sanctions list for the second time. This further escalates political and military tension in the region and increases the tension between China and Taiwan.
As the world closely follows these developments, China’s military exercise against Taiwan causes great concern. Taiwan and US officials have announced that they will take appropriate measures against this situation.
China’s military exercise poses a threat to stability in the region and is closely monitored by world leaders and international organizations. After these developments, it remains to be seen what steps Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen will take.