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US President Joe Biden says US committed to defending Taiwan in Chinese attack (2021/10/22)
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    US President Joe Biden says US committed to defending Taiwan in Chinese attack (2021/10/22)

    The U.S. has a commitment to defend Taiwan, if it comes under attack from China. That's what U.S. President Joe Biden said during the latest CNN Town Hall on Thursday. The U.S. State Department has since come out to reiterate that the U.S. is maintaining strategic ambiguity in the Indo-Pacific, but Biden's remark was still seen as a positive show of support of Taiwan. Meanwhile, other U.S. officials have called on U.N. member states to stop misusing Resolution 2758 to obstruct Taiwan's meaningful participation in the U.N. system.

    Joe Biden
    US President
    I don’t want a cold war with China, I just want to make China understand that we are not going to step back, we are not going to change any of our views.

    Anderson Cooper
    CNN host
    So are you saying that the United States would come to Taiwan’s defense, if China attacked?

    Joe Biden
    US President
    Yes, we have a commitment to do that.

    During an interview on CNN, U.S. President Joe Biden said that the U.S. has a commitment to Taiwan, and that the U.S. would defend Taiwan in the event of an attack by China. Some have interpreted Biden’s words as a reiteration of the U.S.’ stance on Taiwan.

    Wang Ting-yu
    DPP legislator
    The U.S. has maintained a policy of strategic ambiguity with respect to the Asia-Pacific region. However, on the issues of regional security and military posturing, it is already moving in a clear direction.

    The U.S. has recently manifested support for Taiwan in other ways as well.

    Rick Waters
    US deputy assistant secretary of state
    I still have mine. It’s getting a bit old, but it was an incredible token of appreciation.

    In an online conference with other Asia experts, U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Rick Waters showed off one of the face masks donated by Taiwan last year. He also criticized China’s misuse of U.N. Resolution 2758 to exclude Taiwan from the WHO and other international organizations.

    Rick Waters
    US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State
    As to why this is occurring, to us the reason is that the People’s Republic of China has misused Resolution 2758 to prevent Taiwan’s meaningful participation.

    Bonnie Glaser
    German Marshall Fund director
    This is obviously a deliberate distortion of the resolution, and should be challenged by countries around the world who support Taiwan’s meaningful participation.

    The Taiwanese government has also on many occasions reiterated that the resolution only addresses the issue of China’s representation in the U.N. The Tsai administration has also asserted that neither side of the Taiwan Strait is subordinate to the other, and that as such, the resolution should not inhibit Taiwan’s participation in U.N. systems.

    Lo Chih-cheng
    DPP legislator
    Taiwan has always wanted this type of support from the international community. I believe that this support will be very helpful to Taiwan’s future efforts to participate in the U.N.

    DPP lawmakers have argued that the U.S.’ calls for an end to the misuse of Resolution 2758 are evidence that support is growing for Taiwan’s participation in the U.N.

    中文 Chinese  
    中國對台動作頻頻 拜登重申捍衛台灣承諾

    面對中國對台灣的武嚇威脅,美國總統拜登在美國時間21號晚間,參加CNN節目時明確表態,美國對台灣有承諾,如果中國發動攻擊,美國將保衛台灣。而今年聯大2758號決議將滿50年,美 國國務院亞太副助卿華自強就批評中國,錯誤使用此決議,使得台灣被排除在聯合國之外,呼籲各國都應該支持台灣參與聯合國。

    [[美國總統 拜登]]
    “我不想與中國打冷戰,只想讓中國了解,我們不會退讓,我們不會改變我們的看法”

    [[主持人]]
    “你是說,美國會捍衛台灣,如果中國發動攻擊的話”

    [[美國總統 拜登]]
    “是的,我們對台灣有承諾”

    美國總統拜登親口說出,美國對台灣有承諾,如果中國發動攻擊、將保衛台灣,再次明確表態。

    [[立委(民) 王定宇]]
    “美國對印太區域的政治局勢是保持著戰略模糊,但是對區域安全的態勢,軍事安全的態勢,已經走向戰略清晰”

    除了在軍事上展現力挺台灣態度,美方近期挺台動作頻頻。

    [[美國國務院亞太副助卿 華自強]]
    “我還保存了來自台灣的口罩,雖然已經有點舊了,但這是一個令人十分感謝的紀念品”

    美國國務院亞太副助卿華自強秀出我國去年贈送給各國的口罩,也批評中國錯誤使用聯大2758號決議,使得台灣被排除在聯合國、WHO等國際組織門外。

    [[美國國務院亞太副助卿 華自強]]
    “為什麼會發生(台灣被排除)這種事,在我們看來,原因就是中國錯誤使用聯大2758號決議,阻止台灣有意義參與國際社會”

    [[德國馬歇爾基金會亞洲計畫主任 葛來儀]]
    “這很明顯是故意扭曲決議內容,支持台灣有意義參與國際組織的各國,都應該要挑戰這一個說法”

    我國政府也多次強調,該決議只決定了中國代表權席次問題,而兩岸互不隸屬,不該因此阻礙台灣參與聯合國體系。

    [[立委(民) 羅致政]]
    “台灣長久以來的訴求,是得到國際社會共鳴的,我相信對未來台灣參與聯合國,應該會有很大的幫助”

    民進黨立委指出,美方呼籲別再濫用2758號決議,顯示支持台灣加入聯合國的聲音,越來越大。
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