China sent more jets into Taiwan’s airspace on Wednesday. Taiwan’s Foreign Minister Wu Guo Joseph told Taiwan’s airspace that if China launches an attack, Taiwan will fight to the end.
Taiwan has recently repeatedly protested against China’s increased military activities.
In other words, the Chinese Air Force invades Taiwan’s airspace almost every day, which it considers to be an inalienable part of Taiwan’s territory.
Beijing announced on Monday that an aircraft carrier battle group is conducting exercises near the island.
Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense said that 15 Chinese aircraft, including 15 Chinese aircraft, have entered Taiwan’s airspace. One of the anti-submarine aircraft flew south through the Bashi Canal between Taiwan and the Philippines.
The Ministry of National Defense said that the Taiwan Air Force sent a plane to intercept the Chinese aircraft and warned them to leave.
Wu Yi said earlier on Wednesday that the United States is worried about a possible conflict and that US “policy makers” “obviously see the danger of China launching an attack on Taiwan.”
He said: “We are ready to defend ourselves without hesitation. If we must start a war, we will start a war. If we must defend ourselves until the last day, we will defend ourselves until the last day.”
China stated that its activities in Taiwan are aimed at protecting China’s sovereignty. Washington expressed concern about China’s activities and stated that the United States is firm in its commitment to Taiwan.
In turn, the U.S. Navy sent its guided missile destroyer, the USS John McCain, for a “conventional” transit in the Taiwan Strait on Wednesday.
Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense will conduct an eight-day computer simulation of China’s offensive this month.
The second phase of the exercise, including a five-day military shooting exercise and an anti-landing exercise, will be held in July, when the hospital will also exercise the practice of accepting large-scale casualties.
Major General Liu Yuping told reporters: “The exercise was designed based on the heaviest enemy threat and simulated all possible scenarios of the enemy’s invasion of Taiwan.”