Taiwan President Warns China is ‘Overwhelmed’ and Will Not Consider Invasion

President Tsai Ing-wen visited a military camp that will be used for mandatory military service in Taichung, Taiwan. In an interview with the New York Times, she stated that China is currently too focused on internal issues to consider invading Taiwan. Despite concerns, she emphasized that war is not an option and that peace and stability benefit everyone. China’s defense ministry insisted on China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, while Tsai expressed China’s interference in Taiwan’s upcoming elections. However, she believes that the democratic process will prevail. The tension between the two countries continues to escalate, but Tsai remains determined to prioritize the safety and well-being of Taiwan’s people.

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