Military maneuvers Chinese military fires projectiles in Taiwan Strait
Unidentified projectiles were fired into the Taiwan Strait by the Chinese military, which made major maneuvers after US-elect Nancy Pelosi visited the island.
The Chinese military fired unidentified projectiles into the strait on Thursday TaiwanAFP journalists noted shortly after the start of the major Military exercises Around the island claimed by Beijing. At 7:13 a.m. (Swiss time) on the Chinese island of Pingtan, which is close to the ongoing maneuvers, reporters saw several projectiles being fired across the sky toward the sea, followed by plumes of white smoke.
The AFP was unable to identify the projectiles, fired from military installations, or determine their precise direction. On this tourist island, tourists in the sea witnessed the shooting.
China’s military began the largest military maneuvers in its history around Taiwan on Thursday, a muscular response to a visit by the speaker of the US House of Representatives. Nancy Pelosi on the island. Nancy Pelosi, the highest-ranking elected US official to visit Taipei in 25 years, unleashed Beijing’s ire when her visit to the Chinese-claimed territory lasted less than 24 hours.
The US representative insisted that the US would not abandon the island, which is ruled by a democratic regime and lives under the constant threat of occupation by the Chinese military. In response, Beijing is conducting extensive military maneuvers in six areas around Taiwan starting at 6 a.m. Thursday (Swiss time) and continuing until Sunday morning.
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