18:21 Strong!Liberal Democratic Party Congressman: China’s pressure on Taiwan may affect Japan’s national security



In response to the US Biden administration following in the footsteps of the previous Trump administration and continuing to attach importance to Taiwan, some members of the Japanese Congress believe that

In response to the US Biden administration following in the footsteps of the previous Trump administration and continuing to attach importance to Taiwan, some members of the Japanese Congress believe that “China’s pressure on Taiwan may also affect Japan’s national security.” The picture shows Chinese leader Xi Jinping. (Associated Press)

2021/03/05 18:21

[Real-time news/comprehensive report]The Nihon Keizai Shimbun reported today that the Liberal Democratic Party established a “Taiwan Policy Research Task Force” on February 10. The organization believes that “Japan needs to create conditions for Taiwan to join the TPP.” Liberal Democratic Party Diplomacy The chairman and senator Masahisa Sato believes that “China’s pressure on Taiwan may also affect Japan’s national security.”

The report pointed out that Japan currently has no formal diplomatic relations with Taiwan, but the Liberal Democratic Party still decided to set up a “Taiwan Policy Research Task Force” because it is becoming more and more obvious that US President Biden has followed in the footsteps of the previous Trump administration, making Taiwan hopeful. Continue to gain the attention of the United States. The pro-China factions and pro-Taiwan factions within the Liberal Democratic Party are discussing how to make Japan keep up with the pace of the new US government.

A Liberal Democratic Party participant who participated in the “Taiwan Policy Research Task Force” meeting said: “We need to create conditions for Taiwan to join the TPP.” This refers to allowing Taiwan to join a regional trade agreement composed of 11 member states, the official name It is the “Trans-Pacific Partnership Comprehensive Progress Agreement”; other Liberal Democratic Party members advocate strengthening the promotion of national affairs coordination between Taiwan and Japan.

Senator Masahisa Sato, chairman of the Liberal Democratic Party’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, believes that “China’s pressure on Taiwan may also affect Japan’s national security.” The group is expected to submit proposals to the government before April to strengthen Japan’s ties with Taiwan. Including the economic and economic aspects, as well as the exchanges between members of the two congresses, the Liberal Democratic Party’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has also established a human rights project team. China’s suppression of democracy activists in Hong Kong has made the Liberal Democratic Party worry that Taiwan may become the next target.



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