The US Biden administration, which positions its relationship with China as a "fight between democracy and tyranny," has released a list of about 110 countries and regions participating in its first "Democracy Summit" in December.
The list includes Taiwan as well as Japan and European countries, and
a backlash from China is expected.
President Biden of the United States plans to hold the "Democracy Summit" online for the first time on December 9th and 10th, in which the leaders of democracies participate, and ▽ defense from authoritarianism and ▽ corruption. We will exchange opinions on the main theme of fighting against and promoting respect for human rights.
According to the participation list released by the Biden administration on the 23rd, about 110 countries and regions such as Japan and European countries were invited, but China and Russia, which the United States positions as a monopoly nation, are not included.
The Biden administration, which positions its relationship with China as a "fight between democracy and tyranny," aims to counter China by strengthening cooperation with allies and friends who share the values of democracy. It seems to be a thing.
The list also includes Taiwan, which China claims to be an "indivisible territory," and is expected to rebound from China.
Attendance by Taiwan Audrey Tan and others
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Taiwan will attend this summit with Mr. Audrey Tang, a minister in charge of IT, Mr. Audrey Tan in English, and Mr. Hsiao Bi-kong, the representative organization of the Taiwanese authorities in Washington, the capital of the United States. Announced.
"We are grateful for the invitation from President Biden, and we appreciate Taiwan's efforts to promote democracy over the years," said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
"We are categorically opposed to any form of formal exchange between the United States and Taiwan." We demand that we adhere to the principles of "China" and deal with issues related to Taiwan appropriately. "Keywords: