US Secretary of State Antony Blinken addressed China's policy, emphasizing that Taiwan's policy would not change, but severely criticized China for increasing intimidation on Taiwan and continued to be involved in Taiwan's defense as the United States. Showed the attitude.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken addressed China's policy at a university in the capital, Washington, on the 26th.

In it, he emphasized on Taiwan's policy, "Our policy has not changed. We oppose either unilateral change in the status quo and do not support Taiwan's independence."

"What has changed is that China is becoming more intimidating. It is trying to break relations between Taiwan and the countries of the world and prevent Taiwan from participating in the activities of international organizations." He stated and criticized severely.

He added, "We have the same interests in the peace and stability of the Taiwan Strait. Based on the Taiwan Relations Act, we will support Taiwan to maintain sufficient self-defense capabilities," he said, and was involved in Taiwan's defense. Showed the attitude to continue.

In addition, Blinken criticized by name, "Under President Xi Jinping, the Chinese Communist Party is becoming more oppressive at home and more aggressive abroad."

He added, "Even as the war by Russian President Vladimir Putin continues, we continue to focus on the most serious and long-term challenges China faces in the international order. China intends to rebuild the international order. It is the only country that has the economic power, diplomatic power, military power, and technological power to realize it. " bottom.

"China House" to be launched within the U.S. Department of State

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a speech on China policy that he would launch a group called "China House" within the State Department.

This group will coordinate cross-cutting policies toward China within the ministry and cooperate with the parliament as necessary.

"The challenge from China will test American diplomacy like never before," said Blinken, emphasizing the significance of the launch.