A bipartisan delegation of members of the US Congress has been visiting Taiwan since the evening of the 14th.
While tensions in the region have risen as China strongly opposes House Speaker Pelosi's visit, it is expected that China will once again show opposition to another delegation's visit.
Five members of the Senate and Senate of the United States, including Senator Markey of the United States, are visiting Taiwan, and they arrived in Taipei on a private plane on the night of the 14th.
According to Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the delegation will stay until the 15th and exchange opinions with President Tsai Ing-wen and others on security, economy and trade relations.
Earlier this month, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Pelosi visited Taiwan for the first time in 25 years as an incumbent Speaker of the U.S. Congress. .
Since then, tensions in the region have increased, with Chinese military aircraft crossing the "median line" of the Taiwan Strait and entering airspace on the Taiwan side every day.
Against this backdrop, the Taiwanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed the return of another US legislative delegation in less than two weeks, saying, "It is a sign of friendship that is not afraid of China's threats, and the United States' strong support for Taiwan." However, it is also expected that China will once again show opposition.