The company said in A Report Lawmakers will be in Taiwan on Sunday and Monday as part of a larger trip to Asia.
“The delegation will also meet members of the private sector to discuss shared interests, including reducing tensions across the Taiwan Strait and expanding economic cooperation, including investments in semiconductors,” Sen said. A spokesperson for Markey said in a statement.
Pelosi’s visit in early August led to heightened tensions in US-China relations. The Chinese have been conducting military exercises off Taiwan, in which missiles have hit the surrounding waters. Chinese President Xi Jinping’s government also cut off talks with the United States on military issues and climate change, which foreign policy experts fear will hurt progress at a global climate summit in November.
For Beijing, Pelosi’s high-level meetings in Taiwan were an insult. China claims the democratically-ruled island as its own territory. During his trip, the speaker assured US support, saying one of the goals of the trip was to “show the world the success of the Taiwanese people, the courage to transform their own country, and become more democratic.”
As of Sunday afternoon, China’s foreign ministry had not released any reaction to the latest delegation visit.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Taiwan He tweeted that A photo of the delegation’s meeting with Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Alexander Tah-ray Yui and the visiting lawmakers celebrated as a sign of friendship between Taipei and the United States.
“As China continues to escalate tensions in the region, the US Congress has once again organized a heavyweight delegation to visit Taiwan, highlighting the US’s strong support for Taiwan, with a friendship that does not fear China’s threats and intimidation,” the Taiwan ministry said in a statement.
Congressional delegations visiting the island this week include Democrats John Karamendi and Alan Lowenthal of California and Dan Beyer of Virginia. According to Margie’s spokeswoman, that includes American Samoa’s representative, Republican Rep. Amua Amata Coleman Radevagan.
The Global Times, a state-run nationalist newspaper, was one of the first Chinese media outlets Report During the visit of the delegation.
Citing “Chinese experts,” the article said the People’s Liberation Army’s military exercises around Taiwan had sent a “loud and clear warning signal.” Yet some American politicians are “playing with fire” to serve their own political interests, the article continued.
“The international community can clearly see who is the troublemaker who always ignores warnings and worsens regional peace with endless provocations,” Global Times wrote.
He quoted Zhang Dengjun, deputy director of the Department of Asia-Pacific Studies at the China Institute of International Studies. “