Has been updated: Nov 17, 2022 10:29 IST
Washington [US]Nov. 17 (ANI): As tensions rise in the Taiwan Strait, the US Congressional Advisory Committee calls for additional multi-year defense funding and other mechanisms to bolster Taiwan’s security against Chinese aggression. The deployment comes at a time when Chinese President Xi Jinping has ordered the military to train for “real war scenarios,” Geo-Politik reported.
A US Congressional Advisory Committee has called for the establishment of an executive panel to prepare for possible economic sanctions against China in response to military action against Taiwan. Notably, tensions between China and Taiwan have increased after US Secretary Ho’s announcement.weVisit of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. China considers Taiwan to be its own territory.
In its November 15 annual report, the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC) said the Geo-Politik report said the action was necessary to deter attacks by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). said. The recommendation calls for the creation of a joint planning mechanism and an increase in Taiwan’s defense spending to maximize Taiwan’s capabilities.
In a report, the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC) said China intends to isolate Taiwan from the world through diplomatic, economic and military coercion. According to the Geo-Politik report, China seeks to force Taiwan to accept the rule of the Chinese Communist Party in every possible way.
In a report, the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission suggested that the U.S. and Taiwan need to strengthen cooperation to ensure victory in the event of a conflict with China. China is also taking lessons from her R, according to the Geo-Politik report.weAsian war in Ukraine to achieve their goal of unifying Taiwan with the mainland.
According to the USCC annual report, “RweThe Asian war against Ukraine has galvanized the international community and raised concerns about a potential Chinese invasion of Taiwan,” the report said, citing China’s improved capabilities, more aggressive actions against Taiwan, and a rapid includes the need for a US response.
Randy Schreiber, a member of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, said: “While it doesn’t mention a specific timeline for potential Chinese aggression attempts, the report certainly highlights the urgency of the need. emphasized,” he said.
Schreiber went on to say that the Commission will support U.S. forces through “multi-year funding for the most applicable capabilities and rapid joint planning to optimize potential U.S.-Taiwan responses to potential (People’s Liberation Army) threats.” He said he recommended ways to help
The USCC believes the United States and Taiwan need to be better equipped and trained for a possible war with China.Report says war became more likely after Rwesia attack in ukraine.
China has become aggressive in recent years and has threatened military action on several occasions, the report said. This year, China’s Defense Minister Wei Fenghe pledged to “start a war at all costs” to block international recognition of Taiwan’s independence.
A report released by the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission includes a chapter dedicated to the Taiwan issue. He noted how China is trying to stop the international community from supporting Taiwan.
According to reports, “in 2022, China will take a more aggressive stance toward Taiwan, stepping up military displays of power in addition to diplomatic and economic coercion.” He said there is a need to strengthen preparedness for military conflicts and strengthen regional military capabilities and partners and allies. (Ani)