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German delegation in Taiwan: China’s threats are unacceptable

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Chinese threats against Taiwan are unacceptable, a German parliamentarian visiting Taipei told Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen on Monday, according to DPA, Agerpres reads.

Klaus-Peter Willsch drew a parallel with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in talks with Tsai as she received German lawmakers from the Berlin-Taipei Friendship Group in the German Bundestag.

„In Europe we are experiencing how a big neighbor invades a smaller one and tries to impose its will with military force starting from February 24. We do not consider it acceptable to be threatened by a neighbor with military force, to be forced into an unwanted cooperation. The German Bundestag is clear in its rejection of this fact,” said Willsch.

Agerpres

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