Despite the controversy over the visit of senior US politician Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan, according to the United States, the lines of communication with China remain open. This is the case on various levels, said US National Security Council spokesman John Kirby yesterday. He said his government would support de-escalation of tensions through diplomatic channels. Intercontinental ballistic missile test has been postponed.
He said it was not in the interests of the United States, Taiwan and the region “to allow tensions to escalate further.” Kirby said that while China is conducting “destabilizing military exercises around Taiwan,” the United States is “demonstrating the behavior of a responsible nuclear power by reducing the risk of miscalculation.” Meanwhile, he announced that the US aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan would remain near Taiwan to “monitor the situation.”
Stoltenberg: China should not overreact
According to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, China should not overreact to the visit of the great American politician. Yesterday, Stoltenberg said, there is no reason to threaten Taiwan or use aggressive rhetoric. “The United States and other NATO allies have regularly made high-level visits to Taiwan over the years, so there is no reason to overreact to China.”
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