China continued to express anger on Wednesday over US Congressman Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, with Foreign Minister Wang Yi calling her visit a “complete farce”. Tuesday.
Wang, who is also a state councilor, said Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan was a “complete farce” and that “those who play with fire will perish and those who insult China will be punished,” Chinese state media said. reported on Wednesday. “The United States is violating China’s sovereignty under the guise of so-called democracy. “Taiwan’s Tsai Ing-wen and others are piggybacking on the United States and acting against the noble cause of the Chinese nation,” he added. .
This was Wang’s second statement on his controversial visit, the first time in 25 years for a high-ranking U.S. elected official to visit Taiwan, the highest-profile visit, resulting in a ban from China that involved diplomats and the military. Anger and concerted reactions were provoked. Witnesses told HT Wednesday that there were unusually heavy security guards around the US embassy near other embassies in Beijing’s posh neighborhood. was summoned to the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs by Deputy Secretary of State Xie Feng shortly after the flight landed in Taiwan. “This is a serious violation of the one-China principle and the three Sino-US joint communiques, given that we are running the risk of public accusations,” he said. China will not sit on the sidelines,” Xie told Burns.