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Taiwan’s defense minister says China’s invasion will be repelled

In this photo released by Taiwan's Presidential Office, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen gestures during a meeting with lawmakers from the Baltic states at the Presidential Office in Taipei, Taiwan on Thursday. Two, November 29, 2021. Lawmakers from all three Baltic states met with Tsai on Monday, a sign of further cooperation between the European Union nations and Taiwan.  (Office of the President of Taiwan via AP)

In this photo released by Taiwan’s Presidential Office, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen gestures during a meeting with lawmakers from the Baltic states at the Presidential Office in Taipei, Taiwan on Thursday. Two, November 29, 2021. Lawmakers from all three Baltic states met with Tsai on Monday, a sign of further cooperation between the European Union nations and Taiwan. (Office of the President of Taiwan via AP)

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UPDATE 8:07 AM PT – Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Taiwan’s defense minister said his country alone would successfully repel any invasion by mainland China. While speaking to reporters on Monday, Taiwan’s top defense official said Beijing wants to “slowly exhaust” the island nation, but it won’t succeed.

Taiwan’s defense minister then stressed that Taiwan’s defense forces have effective countermeasures to prevent and defeat China’s annexation plans. His remarks came after 27 Chinese fighter jets violated Taiwan’s Air Defense Zone on Sunday.

Separately, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said that all freedom-loving countries must side with Taiwan.

“Taiwan is willing to share its experience in combating misinformation with European friends and fight together with them to uphold the shared values ​​that ensure our democratic and free way of life. ,” she said.

Taiwanese officials have recently moved to improve defense ties with the EU and Japan amid doubts about the Biden administration’s ability to stand up to the Chinese Communist Party.

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