The US Defense Department refused to send the Kuomintang to the Kuomintang: the DPP was bragging.


The US Defense Department refused to send the Kuomintang to the Kuomintang: the DPP was bragging.

The U.S. Department of Defense refused to send Marine Corps embassy guards to the newly-built "American Association in Taipei" (AIT) Taipei New Pavilion, US media reported on September 14. Jiang Qichen, head of the Legislative Yuan of the Kuomintang, pointed out that the U.S. still considers national interests under the "U.S. -China framework"; Zeng Mingzong, head of the CPC, argued that the DPP Cai administration was "boasting" that the relationship between Taiwan and the United States had been greatly improved.

According to media reports, the U.S. Department of Defense said the reason for not sending Marines to the new Neihu Pavilion at AIT's Taipei office was insufficient human resources, but the U.S. State Department said it was in compliance with the "one-in-one principle" and the two sides said it was different.

Zeng Mingzong said that in the past, the DPP authorities had been boasting that the relationship between Taiwan and the United States had been greatly improved. As a result, they were reluctant to send Marines to guard AIT for half a day. Therefore, the Cai administration said that it had not come true for a long time and that the relationship between Taiwan and the United States was not as good as expected. Is there a weakening situation?

Jiang Qichen said that the State Department's talk might be closer to their thinking. Because the Marine Corps is absolutely at the command of a senior officer, or at the command of a senior officer, it is absolutely impossible for the Marine Corps to be understaffed, because Taiwan does not mean to send a large coalition, the emphasis is to maintain the same in the past, the United States sent a number of people, with local security personnel in Taiwan, responsible for AIT security and maintenance workers. Just do it.

Jiang Qichen pointed out that this also represents that the United States may consider the deployment of troops at this stage, may be a relatively sensitive move to the mainland, so the U.S. side chose to deal with it in a low-key way, which is partly based on the U.S. side's unilateral national interests, and the U.S. view of the interaction between the United States and China to decide. How to take action.

Jiang Qichen said that in fact, all U.S. -Taiwan relations policies are absolutely inseparable from the U.S. -China framework at present. Changes in the U.S. -China structure will inevitably affect U.S. policy toward Taiwan, so even in this period of time, the U.S. Congress, the State Council, and even Trump himself, on the signing of some bills, relatively unfolded. Friendly to Taiwan, but in specific actions, we can see that the actions of the State Council or the Ministry of Defence will be more cautious, even in the current US-China atmosphere, tend to be conservative, so this represents the attitude of the United States is one thing, but the actions of the United States are another thing.

As for the frequent recent interaction between the United States and Taiwan, Liu Jieyi, director of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the United States, said in an interview with CCTV that China and the United States are involved in the Taiwan issue. There are three clear joint communiques. The United States has made a clear commitment to the Chinese side. The "one-China principle" is the political basis for Sino-US relations and the United States must fulfill its commitment. Noo. Liu Jieyi said that it is true that some Americans want to "play Taiwan" and that "playing Taiwan" hurts the Chinese people as a whole, including the interests of Taiwan compatriots, which is a fool to Taiwan compatriots.

As for "military ties between the United States and Taiwan", Chinese envoy to the United States Li Kexin also warned the United States that when the United States sent warships to Taiwan, the anti-secession law would be enacted. The day when the warship arrived in Kaohsiung was the time when the PLA was in Taiwan.

Li Kexin stressed that "this is definitely not a joke." He also said that China's affairs are ultimately solved by the Chinese themselves, not by any country to mediate and solve cross-strait issues, so there is no American thing here.


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