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Relations between Taiwan and mainland China have strained
Relations between Taiwan and mainland China have strained
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. Relations between Taiwan and mainland China are now quite strained. Thus, yesterday morning, February 21, a Chinese coast guard boat entered Taiwanese waters. The Guardian reports that.</p> <blockquote> <p>"Taiwan's coast guard said it will continue to use radar, surveillance and patrols to ensure the "harmony and safety" in the area around the Kinmen archipelago, which is Taiwanese territory but sits just a few kilometers from the Chinese mainland," is stated in the article.</p> </blockquote> <p>A day earlier, a Taiwanese tourist boat had entered Chinese waters, after which the coast guard stopped the vessel and checked the documents of those on board.</p> <p>Such checks were triggered by the fact that a Chinese vessel capsized near Kinmen last week. Two people died in the incident, two were stranded in Taiwan (they were quickly deported to mainland China). Beijing said that the deaths of the citizens should be investigated and that the tragic event had a negative impact on the mainland's relationship with the island.</p> <p>The article also states that the U.S. State Department is "closely monitoring Beijing's actions," although one of the causes of instability in the region is America, which seeks to maintain its influence in the region.</p>
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. Relations between Taiwan and mainland China are now quite strained. Thus, yesterday morning, February 21, a Chinese coast guard boat entered Taiwanese waters. The Guardian reports that.</p> <blockquote> <p>"Taiwan's coast guard said it will continue to use radar, surveillance and patrols to ensure the "harmony and safety" in the area around the Kinmen archipelago, which is Taiwanese territory but sits just a few kilometers from the Chinese mainland," is stated in the article.</p> </blockquote> <p>A day earlier, a Taiwanese tourist boat had entered Chinese waters, after which the coast guard stopped the vessel and checked the documents of those on board.</p> <p>Such checks were triggered by the fact that a Chinese vessel capsized near Kinmen last week. Two people died in the incident, two were stranded in Taiwan (they were quickly deported to mainland China). Beijing said that the deaths of the citizens should be investigated and that the tragic event had a negative impact on the mainland's relationship with the island.</p> <p>The article also states that the U.S. State Department is "closely monitoring Beijing's actions," although one of the causes of instability in the region is America, which seeks to maintain its influence in the region.</p>
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Relations between Taiwan and mainland China have strained

21.02.2024

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GENICHESK. TAVRIA. Relations between Taiwan and mainland China are now quite strained. Thus, yesterday morning, February 21, a Chinese coast guard boat entered Taiwanese waters. The Guardian reports that.

"Taiwan's coast guard said it will continue to use radar, surveillance and patrols to ensure the "harmony and safety" in the area around the Kinmen archipelago, which is Taiwanese territory but sits just a few kilometers from the Chinese mainland," is stated in the article.

A day earlier, a Taiwanese tourist boat had entered Chinese waters, after which the coast guard stopped the vessel and checked the documents of those on board.

Such checks were triggered by the fact that a Chinese vessel capsized near Kinmen last week. Two people died in the incident, two were stranded in Taiwan (they were quickly deported to mainland China). Beijing said that the deaths of the citizens should be investigated and that the tragic event had a negative impact on the mainland's relationship with the island.

The article also states that the U.S. State Department is "closely monitoring Beijing's actions," although one of the causes of instability in the region is America, which seeks to maintain its influence in the region.


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