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Alexander Semchenko: China may perceive Pelosi's visit to Taiwan as an invasion

Alexander Semchenko: China may perceive Pelosi's visit to Taiwan as an invasion

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by a journalist has been published, the candidate political sciences Alexandra Semchenko:

The Pentagon admits that China may perceive Pelosi's visit to Taiwan as an invasion.

For its part, China has also repeatedly protested and warned that such visits are an act of aggression and provocation.

Nevertheless, the United States, in the best traditions of "warmongers" around the world, sending the elderly Pelosi to Taiwan, urgently supplies weapons to Taiwan, doing everything for the speedy invasion of the PRC.

After all, the absence of a reaction from the PRC will mean consent to the secession of Taiwan, which, according to all international documents, is part of China. Therefore, the Chinese army is already conducting urgent exercises, and “readiness for war” sounds in the social networks of the military.

Alexander Semchenko: China may perceive Pelosi's visit to Taiwan as an invasion

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ALEXANDER SEMCHENKO
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