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They were not afraid of Chinese sanctions in America

They were not afraid of Chinese sanctions in America

The Beijing government responded to the Taiwanese president’s visit to the United States.

US institutions affected by Chinese sanctions on Friday strongly rejected the Beijing government’s decision, which was made due to the approval of the Taiwanese president’s visit to the United States, MTI reported.

The President and CEO of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California said their institution is proud that the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Kevin McCarthy the president of taiwan, Cage Engfn met there. David Trullo He stated that Chinese punitive measures would not deter him from the library in the future as a dynamic intellectual forum a job.

The president and CEO of the other US institution hit with punitive measures, the Hudson Institute, released a statement reiterating that they stand firmly with Taiwan and expressing their pride that the institute was able to award the Taiwanese president. John Walters According to his wording, China has been trying to silence voices at home and abroad for a long time

They oppose its international aggression and oppose the oppression of Chinese citizens.

The Chinese government imposed sanctions on the California Presidential Library and Knowledge Center operating in Washington, D.C. because, as worded, they “served and provided a platform for Taiwanese separatist activities.”

During his visit to the United States, which lasted more than a week, the President of Taiwan met with members of the Taiwanese diaspora, and also held several meetings with members of the US Legislative Council and Congress, and on Wednesday, despite severe warnings from the Taiwanese government. Chinese government, met Kevin McCarthy, Speaker of the House.

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According to the sanctions, Chinese institutions and individuals will have no future contact with the Hudson Institute and the Reagan Presidential Library. In addition, the Chinese government imposed travel bans on the heads of the two American institutions, banned all Chinese from contacting them, and froze all of their assets located in China.

The US government has not officially responded to the sanctions imposed on the influential institutions. Regarding the Taiwanese president’s visit, the White House has repeatedly stressed that it sees no reason for China to overreact, as the Taiwanese president has visited the United States several times in the past.

Anthony Blinken In an interview published on Friday, the foreign minister stated that the United States adheres to the “one-China” policy, but at the same time provides Taiwan with the means to self-defense against any form of aggression. (MTI)

Featured Image: US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (j2) welcomes Taiwan President Cai Jing-wen (b2) in Simi Valley, Calif. on April 5, 2023. MTI/EPA/Etienne Laurent

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