President Cai met with the Washington Ideas Laboratory Brookings Research Institute as a newcomer to comparative political research in the Taiwan Idea Laboratory (22), and China's continental oppression continues to grow. "China's oppression will not change Taiwan's progress towards the world. Commitment, we will continue to work with the United States and countries with similar ideas to promote regional peace, prosperity and stability."
Tsai Ing-wen said it was regrettable that China's continental effort to stop Taiwan has been continually improved – from the unilateral use of the M503 route, the use of military aircraft and warships in Taiwan, is forced to change Taiwan's name on the website and hinder Taiwan's international participation in these trials the images have changed the status quo in the Taiwan Strait and ignored regional peace and stability, which not only helped the relationship between Taiwan but also the international community is not satisfied.
Tsai Ing-wen stressed that the suppression of China's continental part would not change Taiwan's commitment to globalization, and Taiwan will continue to work with the United States and countries with similar ideas to promote regional peace, prosperity and stability.
In terms of Taiwan-US relations, Tsai Ing-wen believes the US is Taiwan's most important strategic and trading partner, and in the past two years, it has also provided special support to Taiwan, for example, by announcing the sale of arms to Taiwan and reaffirming the Taiwanese law on security relations. . Confirm US counter-sellers to participate in a "trade license" created by Taiwan's submarines and to support Taiwan's participation in the "World Health Assembly" and other important international organizations.
Tsai Ing-wen also mentioned that the completion of the new Neihu Museum in Taiwan last Tuesday is also an important milestone in relations between Taiwan and the United States, and it also symbolizes the mutual confidence of both sides to achieve common goals. She is looking forward to a new era when Taiwan and the United States become more friendly and friendly.
Visiting guests were Richard Bush, Co-Director of East Asian Policy Research Center at the Brookings Authority, and Li Dawei, Secretary General of the National Security Council.