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China’s policy will not change in 2021 towards Taiwan, think tank


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A government-funded think tank in Taiwan, Institute for National Defense and Security Research (INDSR)released a year end report.

in The report, said Beijing carried out more military actions against Taiwan and stepped up anti-Taiwan independence rhetoric during the year.

This report alson indicate that Beijing’s military actions based on military aircraft into Taiwan’s air defense identification zone.

The report pointed out that Taiwan and China did not demonstrate solidarity despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

Meanwhile, a Chinese military Y-8 aircraft, an anti-submarine plane, entered Taiwan’s southwest ADIZ on Sunday, the second incursion by Chinese military aircraft since Jan. 1, according to the Ministry of National Defense.



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