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Taiwan outlines a delicate diplomatic crossover


DECRYPTION – The president of the rebel island is due to travel to the United States soon, while her predecessor is expected in China.

In Taipei (Taiwan)

“External pressure will not prevent Taiwan from getting involved internationally.

We are calm, confident, intransigent and do not provoke,"

said Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, as she boarded for New York, in a tone defying threats from China, which promises "firm

measures in

case the Taiwanese leader meets with House of Representatives leader Kevin McCarthy.

The Taiwanese president will make two stops in the United States on her way to official visits to Belize and Guatemala.

The two Central American countries are among the last 13 allies of Taiwan, since Honduras announced on Sunday March 26 that it would officially sever ties with the rebel island and establish diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China.

Rather than the official trip, it was these two stops in the United States that caused the ink to flow in the Taiwanese and international press.

Tsai Ing-wen will speak in New York and receive…

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Source: lefigaro

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