Taiwan outraged by the approach of the PRC air force to its airspace
Taipei considers the actions of the PRC to be aggressive and undermine the peace in the region. They claim that Beijing is using a policy of intimidation towards neighboring countries.
The head of the government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Su Zhenchang told reporters today.
China is acting aggressively and hurting peace in the region. It is obvious that the world, the international community is increasingly rejecting such behavior of China.
- the Prime Minister notes.
So Taiwan reacted to the approach of the PRC Air Force to its airspace, declaring its indignation.
The incident in question took place on October 1, when the People's Republic of China celebrated the day of its formation. 38 aircraft of the PRC Air Force approached the airspace of Taiwan. They did not violate the border, but flew up to the range of the Taiwanese air defense.
Since 1949, Beijing's official position has been that the island is an integral part of China's territory. Taiwan does not agree with this wording and considers itself an independent state called the "Republic of China". The year 1949 is notable for the fact that it was in this year that the People's Republic of China was formed, in which the Communists have stood and are still in power. And supporters of the nationalist Kuomintang party then settled on the island of Taiwan.
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