Home News Tsai Ing-wen confirmed that the US military was in Taiwan and said he would “sit down and talk” with Xi Jinping what kind of information was released-BBC News

Tsai Ing-wen confirmed that the US military was in Taiwan and said he would “sit down and talk” with Xi Jinping what kind of information was released-BBC News

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President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan accepts an exclusive interview with CNN.

After U.S. President Joe Biden recently stated on CNN that the U.S. has “committed to Taiwan”, Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen aired on Wednesday (October 28).CNN interviewChina has confirmed for the first time that there are US troops in Taiwan assisting Taiwan’s military training. She also said that she has “faith” (faith) in the United States’ defense against Taiwan.

In addition, Tsai Ing-wen emphasized that if Chinese President Xi Jinping is willing, he “will sit down and talk with him to avoid misjudgment”, which has aroused high attention from Taiwanese public opinion.

InterpretationTsai Ing-wen’s talk, Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense think tank “National Defense Security Research Institute” Dr. Su Ziyun analyzed the BBC’s Chinese language and stated that the English used by Tsai Ing-wen in the interview is “presence of military trainers”, which refers to the existence of the US military rather than the formal “US military garrison”. Military terms, such as residence or station. Su Ziyun said that this “highlights the sophisticated and precise diplomatic language of President Tsai, and at the same time conveys the sincerity of dialogue to Beijing.”

Su Ziyun also emphasized that Tsai Ing-wen’s statement on this matter “should have a tacit agreement with the United States”: on the one hand, it should not excessively stimulate China, and on the other hand, it should show the fact that the US military is assisting Taiwan.

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