What are the ways that Pelosi can see from the reactions of various countries in Taiwan?


2022-08-08: [Chinese Article Link The question of Taiwan is an internal matter for China, but the Chinese-American game around the Taiwan Strait is not just in the Taiwan Strait itself, but also in the field of international diplomacy. In recent days, more than 160 countries and international organizations have supported China's legitimate position in different ways. This has not been anticipated by the United States. It has further consolidated and strengthened the consensus among the international community on China and has created a just voice against interference in internal affairs and the maintenance of sovereignty and territorial integrity. On the United States side, Western countries, such as the Group of Seven, are the main players, and it is worth noting that even Western bloc countries have very different approaches to the matter. Japan has the highest jumps, and countries like South Korea, New Zealand, and so on have clearly distanced themselves from the American attitude. A study of the different reactions of these countries is an important reference for our next struggle on Taiwan. The Speaker of the United States Congress, Pelosi. In terms of the attitude of States and international organizations, the following is not exhaustively accounted for in the direct news, which is divided according to the changes in attitude towards the United States in the case of the Pelaussi visit. Category I: Support for China+ countries and international organizations condemning the United States: Cuba, Korea, Iran, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Syria, Eritrea, etc. On 6 August, the State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi called Iranian Foreign Minister Abdullah Heyan. Abdullah Heyan stressed that Iran was firmly committed to the one-China policy and strongly condemned the unjustified actions of the United States on the Taiwan issue. The one-China principle was a prerequisite for guaranteeing peace and security in the region. Iranian Foreign Minister Abdullah Heyan Cuba reiterates its support for the one-China principle and recognizes Taiwan as an integral part of China's territory. In his statement, the spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea stated that the Democratic People's Republic of Korea condemned and opposed the interference of outside forces in the Taiwan issue and fully supported the just position of the Chinese Government in its firm defence of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country. The Venezuelan Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued an official communiqué stating that the visit of Pelosi to Taiwan is a serious interference in China's internal affairs, which the Government strongly condemns, and calling on the international community to be attentive and vigilant to the violations of China's sovereignty and territorial integrity by the United States and its disregard for General Assembly resolution 2758. The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Nicaragua, Moncada, issued a statement in which he strongly condemned Perosi’s provocation against China. The statement stated that his Government was firmly opposed to United States action. In the case of Taiwan, Nicaragua strongly supported China’s defence of national sovereignty and territorial integrity. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Eritrea issued a statement stating that the provocative visit of Pelosi to Taiwan should be strongly condemned as a violation of international law, the one-China principle and an attempt to undermine China's reunification process. The Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement strongly condemning the provocations of the United States against China, stating that the Pelaussi visit to Taiwan was a violation of China's sovereignty and territorial integrity and added to global instability. The Syrian Arab Republic reiterates its full support for the efforts and principled positions of China against interference by external forces in its internal affairs and for all measures and actions taken by China in defence of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country. In general, this category of countries is characterized by a poor relationship with the United States, with little benefit to the United States and with China; the second is the very wide geographical spread of these countries, namely, North Korea, Iran, Syria, Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Eritrea in the Americas, as well as Africa, so that the Asian and African countries are indeed the main supporters of China at the international level; and the third is that, although they are small, it is very rare for them to be so visible. Category II: A country and international organization that supports a China+ measures to support China's unity: Russia, Belarus, Pakistan, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, Shanghai Cooperation, League of Arab States, etc. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation has issued a statement stating that the question of Taiwan is exclusively an internal matter of China and that China has the right to take all necessary measures with regard to the question of Taiwan in order to safeguard its sovereignty and territorial integrity. Zaharova, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus issued a statement in which it paid close attention to the tensions created by the Pelaussi visit to Taiwan and expressed concern about the destructive actions of the United States to interfere in China's internal affairs and escalate the situation. The White side adhered to the one-China principle and supported the necessary measures taken by China to achieve national reunification. The Office of the Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan issued a statement in which it reiterated its firm commitment to the one-China policy and its strong support for the preservation of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country. The Lao Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a statement that the Lao Government has always been steadfast in pursuing a one-China policy, reaffirming that Taiwan is an integral part of China's territory. The Lao Government firmly supports China's national reunification cause and opposes any attempt to create “two Chinas” or “one China, one Taiwan”. On 3 August, King Sihamoni of Cambodia, in a meeting with the Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi, stressed that Cambodia would continue to uphold the one-China principle and stand firmly with China. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar issued a statement stating that the Myanmar side rejects any provocative acts affecting the stability of the region and any attempt to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries and calls on all parties concerned to reduce tensions and promote peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait through constructive dialogue and peace negotiations. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Dominica issued a statement stating that Pelaussi's visit to Taiwan was a serious violation of the one-China principle and the provisions of the three joint communiqués of the United States and China, as well as a serious violation of China's sovereignty and territorial integrity and a serious threat to peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait. The Secretary-General of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization has stated that the Shanghai Cooperation Organization adheres to the one-China principle and firmly opposes any interference by external forces in the internal affairs of member States, supports member States in maintaining national unity and defending their sovereignty and territorial integrity, and will continue to promote greater cooperation among member States in this regard, ensuring peace, security and stability in the region. The League of Arab States, in its statement to the network of officials of the League of Arab States, the Principal Assistant Secretary-General and Director of the Office of the Secretary-General, Zazi, rejected the violation of the relevant United Nations resolutions and the undermining of peace and stability in the region. The League supported China's firm defence of its sovereignty and territorial integrity and its firm commitment to the one-China principle. The overall analysis shows that a significant proportion of the international community, including large countries such as Russia and representatives of important regional organizations such as the League of Arab States and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, supports a Chinese+ support for China's measures to preserve unity. In particular, as an organization that currently has 21 member States, the League can largely represent the attitude of the Arab world, including that of the major oil-producing country, Saudi Arabia. The organization is now clearly on the side of the Chinese side with regard to Taiwan, reflecting directly the strategic configuration that China has been in effect in the Middle East region for so many years. Secondly, it is understandable that, compared to the first group of countries, the second group of countries and organizations did not denounce the United States on this matter, because many of those countries actually had many interests with the United States, such as Saudi Arabia, which, even so, made a clear commitment to reject hostility towards China after the end of its visit to the Middle East in Biden last month. Category III: Expressing support for a national and international organization of China: Korea, Thailand, Viet Nam, Philippines, South Africa, United Nations, ASEAN, etc. The Spokesman for the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Dugaric 2, in response to a reporter on the visit of the Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States Congress, Pelosi, stated that the policy of the United Nations on this issue was guided by United Nations General Assembly resolution 2758 of 1971 on a single China. The Special Envoy for Asia, the Middle East and the BRICS of the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation of South Africa, Soklar, stated that the visit of Pelosi to Taiwan provided South Africa with an opportunity to reaffirm its commitment to the one-China principle and to call upon the international community to respect China's sovereignty and territorial integrity. South Korea’s deputy spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ann Eun Joo, said that his Government was following closely the recent developments in the Taiwan Strait, and that peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait were essential for the security and prosperity of the region. The South Korean government had always maintained a one-China position. The spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and head of the Information Department of Thailand, Tani, stated that Thailand was committed to the one-China principle and did not want to see any action to increase tension and destabilize the region. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Viet Nam expressed the hope that the parties concerned would exercise restraint, refrain from tension in the Taiwan Strait and contribute actively to the maintenance of peace and stability in the region and the world and promote cooperation and development. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Philippines issued a statement reiterating its commitment to a one-China policy. The Philippine Department of Public Information, Changan Geelys, stated that its position on a one-China policy had not changed and that it was following closely the situation in Taiwan and would take care of issues related to international relations. The 55th ASEAN Meeting of Foreign Ministers issued a statement expressing deep concern about the situation in the Taiwan Strait, reiterating that ASEAN member States are committed to the one-China principle and calling on all parties to exercise maximum restraint. Among such countries and international organizations, the attitude of the United Nations is indeed the most representative of the international community’s general consensus, which is the essence of the international community. The countries of ASEAN – the Philippines and Thailand – are all allies of the United States, with their military bases, and are not on the side of the United States, but rather reaffirm their support for a Chinese policy and, of course, as China’s immediate neighbours, it is understandable that they call for peace and stability. Yoon Suk-yeol, President of the Republic of Korea Another country that deserves to be singled out is South Korea, which, as an ally of the United States, elects a relative pro-American president, awaits a visit to Korea by Pelosi, with President Yoon Suk-yeol refusing to meet her on the grounds of leave, but only by telephone and without a representative. South Korea's Foreign Minister, also citing his participation in the ASEAN series of meetings, did not meet with Pelosi, but rather with a view to consolidating China's economic, trade and supply chain. The South Korean Foreign Minister's invitation to visit China this week made it clear that his country was willing to follow the United States without incident. In general, the first three categories, taken together, already account for most of the world's countries, so we can say very well that the one-China principle has become the basic norm of the international community's consensus and international relations. Category IV: Deciding States and international organizations: India, Brazil, New Zealand, etc. New Delhi did not make a clear statement about the incident during the political boom triggered by the Pelasia surge. It is worth mentioning that India’s Foreign Minister held a bilateral meeting with US Secretary of State Blinken during the East Asia Summit Foreign Ministers’ meeting in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital, without referring to the Taiwan issue. India, for example, refused to import large amounts of oil and coal from Russia when the US pressured India against Russia, so this time India’s silence on the Taiwan Strait is in China’s interest. The big silent powers similar to India are also G20 members, such as Brazil. The other disobedient country that so far deserves attention is New Zealand. Prime Minister of New Zealand Adoun New Zealand, one of the “Five Eyes” Alliances, took the initiative to release goodwill from China before the Pelosi surge. On 1 August local time, New Zealand Prime Minister Adoun addressed the China Business Summit, stating that in some areas China and New Zealand could benefit jointly, but there were also areas where there was a difference of interests and values between the two countries, and it was not easy to resolve differences between the two countries, but the new relationship should not be defined by differences. Adoun also stated that she looked forward to the ministerial-level exchange between the two countries and hoped to lead a business mission to China in person, as permitted by the Covid-19 epidemic. As a member of the Five Eyes Alliance, New Zealand’s silence to date is also very rare. As several other countries in the Five Eyes Alliance (United Kingdom, Canada, Australia) have already taken a practical stand, including through the G7 Foreign Minister’s statement and the US-Japan-Australia Foreign Minister’s statement. Category V: States and international organizations supporting the United States position: Japan, Australia, G7 The main diplomatic move of the United States following the Pelaussi visit to Taiwan was two statements, one by the Foreign Minister of G7 and one by the Foreign Ministers of Japan and Australia. G7 Foreign Ministers On 3 August, the Ministers for Foreign Affairs of the Group of Seven and the European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy issued a statement in which they stated that the actions taken by China in response to the Pelaussi visit could raise tensions and create instability in the region, and called on China not to change the status quo unilaterally by force and to resolve the differences between the two sides by peaceful means. In response, China's Foreign Ministry spokesman, Hua Chun Xiao, stated on 4th that the Group of Seven (G-7) had pretended to be deaf before Pelosi visited Taiwan and had now come forward to blame China for its hypocrisy and ugliness. Hua Chunjing said that the seven countries must not forget that they do not represent the international community, and that their views are only a few. “The dreams of their powers should wake up. On 6 August, the Foreign Ministers of Japan and Australia issued a joint statement rejecting China's military training activities in the waters off Taiwan Island and accusing China of launching missiles into the so-called “Japan exclusive economic zone”. In this regard, the spokesman for the Chinese Embassy in Australia expressed the hope that the Australian side would be cautious in its approach to the Taiwan issue, unconscionable and unconscionable with the wrong strategy of individual countries, and not be pacified by others to create new problems and disruptions in Sino-Australian relations. It has been noted that Australia, which has been in the vanguard of anti-China in recent years, has changed its position since the new Labour Party came to power at the end of May, that three years after the Chinese Foreign Minister met earlier last month, China has resumed the import of Australian coal, that Australia sells Chinese iron ore for the first time in the renminbi, that the two sides have carefully improved their relations, and that Australia has remained silent on Palosi's visit for many days without taking a stand, and that Australia did not issue a joint statement with the United States of America until the sixth. And if we list the signatories of the two declarations, the only signatories will be the United States and Japan. In fact, the highest United States ally in this Pelasia visit is Japan. Compared to South Korea’s cold-blooded encounter with Palosi, Japan has received it with high standards, and Shishida has personally met with Pelosi. While China’s current exercises around the Taiwan Strait have nothing to do with Japan, Japan has conveyed so-called condemnation protests to the Chinese side and has demanded that China immediately stop the exercises. In this regard, the Chinese Embassy in Japan stated that there was no delimitation of the area in question and that the claim that “Chinese missiles fell into Japan's exclusive economic zone” was untenable. We once again strongly urge Japan not to play with the politics of “one-stage-making” and not to continue on the wrong path. At present, China has cancelled the meeting of the Foreign Minister of China and Japan, which was scheduled to take place in Phnom Penh, and there may be additional counter-measures against Japan in follow-up. As can be seen from the preceding analysis, China, even its allies in the United States, must distinguish between countries that are just flaunting their flags and countries that want to take advantage of the fire. This Pelaxi trip is also a stress test, showing that the Taiwan problem is solved, and that the biggest external intervention is between the US and Japan, which is consistent with the feelings of most Chinese people. It is believed that the Chinese government will have a deeper analysis of this “diplomatic war” and, as a result, will have a better plan. The same sentence “makes more friends and less enemies.”


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What are the ways that Pelosi can see from the reactions of various countries in Taiwan?


2022-08-08: [Article Link The question of Taiwan is an internal matter for China, but the Chinese-American game around the Taiwan Strait is not just in the Taiwan Strait itself, but also in the field of international diplomacy. In recent days, more than 160 countries and international organizations have supported China's legitimate position in different ways. This has not been anticipated by the United States. It has further consolidated and strengthened the consensus among the international community on China and has created a just voice against interference in internal affairs and the maintenance of sovereignty and territorial integrity. On the United States side, Western countries, such as the Group of Seven, are the main players, and it is worth noting that even Western bloc countries have very different approaches to the matter. Japan has the highest jumps, and countries like South Korea, New Zealand, and so on have clearly distanced themselves from the American attitude. A study of the different reactions of these countries is an important reference for our next struggle on Taiwan. The Speaker of the United States Congress, Pelosi. In terms of the attitude of States and international organizations, the following is not exhaustively accounted for in the direct news, which is divided according to the changes in attitude towards the United States in the case of the Pelaussi visit. Category I: Support for China+ countries and international organizations condemning the United States: Cuba, Korea, Iran, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Syria, Eritrea, etc. On 6 August, the State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi called Iranian Foreign Minister Abdullah Heyan. Abdullah Heyan stressed that Iran was firmly committed to the one-China policy and strongly condemned the unjustified actions of the United States on the Taiwan issue. The one-China principle was a prerequisite for guaranteeing peace and security in the region. Iranian Foreign Minister Abdullah Heyan Cuba reiterates its support for the one-China principle and recognizes Taiwan as an integral part of China's territory. In his statement, the spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea stated that the Democratic People's Republic of Korea condemned and opposed the interference of outside forces in the Taiwan issue and fully supported the just position of the Chinese Government in its firm defence of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country. The Venezuelan Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued an official communiqué stating that the visit of Pelosi to Taiwan is a serious interference in China's internal affairs, which the Government strongly condemns, and calling on the international community to be attentive and vigilant to the violations of China's sovereignty and territorial integrity by the United States and its disregard for General Assembly resolution 2758. The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Nicaragua, Moncada, issued a statement in which he strongly condemned Perosi’s provocation against China. The statement stated that his Government was firmly opposed to United States action. In the case of Taiwan, Nicaragua strongly supported China’s defence of national sovereignty and territorial integrity. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Eritrea issued a statement stating that the provocative visit of Pelosi to Taiwan should be strongly condemned as a violation of international law, the one-China principle and an attempt to undermine China's reunification process. The Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement strongly condemning the provocations of the United States against China, stating that the Pelaussi visit to Taiwan was a violation of China's sovereignty and territorial integrity and added to global instability. The Syrian Arab Republic reiterates its full support for the efforts and principled positions of China against interference by external forces in its internal affairs and for all measures and actions taken by China in defence of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country. In general, this category of countries is characterized by a poor relationship with the United States, with little benefit to the United States and with China; the second is the very wide geographical spread of these countries, namely, North Korea, Iran, Syria, Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Eritrea in the Americas, as well as Africa, so that the Asian and African countries are indeed the main supporters of China at the international level; and the third is that, although they are small, it is very rare for them to be so visible. Category II: A country and international organization that supports a China+ measures to support China's unity: Russia, Belarus, Pakistan, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, Shanghai Cooperation, League of Arab States, etc. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation has issued a statement stating that the question of Taiwan is exclusively an internal matter of China and that China has the right to take all necessary measures with regard to the question of Taiwan in order to safeguard its sovereignty and territorial integrity. Zaharova, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus issued a statement in which it paid close attention to the tensions created by the Pelaussi visit to Taiwan and expressed concern about the destructive actions of the United States to interfere in China's internal affairs and escalate the situation. The White side adhered to the one-China principle and supported the necessary measures taken by China to achieve national reunification. The Office of the Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan issued a statement in which it reiterated its firm commitment to the one-China policy and its strong support for the preservation of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country. The Lao Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a statement that the Lao Government has always been steadfast in pursuing a one-China policy, reaffirming that Taiwan is an integral part of China's territory. The Lao Government firmly supports China's national reunification cause and opposes any attempt to create “two Chinas” or “one China, one Taiwan”. On 3 August, King Sihamoni of Cambodia, in a meeting with the Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi, stressed that Cambodia would continue to uphold the one-China principle and stand firmly with China. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar issued a statement stating that the Myanmar side rejects any provocative acts affecting the stability of the region and any attempt to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries and calls on all parties concerned to reduce tensions and promote peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait through constructive dialogue and peace negotiations. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Dominica issued a statement stating that Pelaussi's visit to Taiwan was a serious violation of the one-China principle and the provisions of the three joint communiqués of the United States and China, as well as a serious violation of China's sovereignty and territorial integrity and a serious threat to peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait. The Secretary-General of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization has stated that the Shanghai Cooperation Organization adheres to the one-China principle and firmly opposes any interference by external forces in the internal affairs of member States, supports member States in maintaining national unity and defending their sovereignty and territorial integrity, and will continue to promote greater cooperation among member States in this regard, ensuring peace, security and stability in the region. The League of Arab States, in its statement to the network of officials of the League of Arab States, the Principal Assistant Secretary-General and Director of the Office of the Secretary-General, Zazi, rejected the violation of the relevant United Nations resolutions and the undermining of peace and stability in the region. The League supported China's firm defence of its sovereignty and territorial integrity and its firm commitment to the one-China principle. The overall analysis shows that a significant proportion of the international community, including large countries such as Russia and representatives of important regional organizations such as the League of Arab States and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, supports a Chinese+ support for China's measures to preserve unity. In particular, as an organization that currently has 21 member States, the League can largely represent the attitude of the Arab world, including that of the major oil-producing country, Saudi Arabia. The organization is now clearly on the side of the Chinese side with regard to Taiwan, reflecting directly the strategic configuration that China has been in effect in the Middle East region for so many years. Secondly, it is understandable that, compared to the first group of countries, the second group of countries and organizations did not denounce the United States on this matter, because many of those countries actually had many interests with the United States, such as Saudi Arabia, which, even so, made a clear commitment to reject hostility towards China after the end of its visit to the Middle East in Biden last month. Category III: Expressing support for a national and international organization of China: Korea, Thailand, Viet Nam, Philippines, South Africa, United Nations, ASEAN, etc. The Spokesman for the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Dugaric 2, in response to a reporter on the visit of the Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States Congress, Pelosi, stated that the policy of the United Nations on this issue was guided by United Nations General Assembly resolution 2758 of 1971 on a single China. The Special Envoy for Asia, the Middle East and the BRICS of the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation of South Africa, Soklar, stated that the visit of Pelosi to Taiwan provided South Africa with an opportunity to reaffirm its commitment to the one-China principle and to call upon the international community to respect China's sovereignty and territorial integrity. South Korea’s deputy spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ann Eun Joo, said that his Government was following closely the recent developments in the Taiwan Strait, and that peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait were essential for the security and prosperity of the region. The South Korean government had always maintained a one-China position. The spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and head of the Information Department of Thailand, Tani, stated that Thailand was committed to the one-China principle and did not want to see any action to increase tension and destabilize the region. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Viet Nam expressed the hope that the parties concerned would exercise restraint, refrain from tension in the Taiwan Strait and contribute actively to the maintenance of peace and stability in the region and the world and promote cooperation and development. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Philippines issued a statement reiterating its commitment to a one-China policy. The Philippine Department of Public Information, Changan Geelys, stated that its position on a one-China policy had not changed and that it was following closely the situation in Taiwan and would take care of issues related to international relations. The 55th ASEAN Meeting of Foreign Ministers issued a statement expressing deep concern about the situation in the Taiwan Strait, reiterating that ASEAN member States are committed to the one-China principle and calling on all parties to exercise maximum restraint. Among such countries and international organizations, the attitude of the United Nations is indeed the most representative of the international community’s general consensus, which is the essence of the international community. The countries of ASEAN – the Philippines and Thailand – are all allies of the United States, with their military bases, and are not on the side of the United States, but rather reaffirm their support for a Chinese policy and, of course, as China’s immediate neighbours, it is understandable that they call for peace and stability. Yoon Suk-yeol, President of the Republic of Korea Another country that deserves to be singled out is South Korea, which, as an ally of the United States, elects a relative pro-American president, awaits a visit to Korea by Pelosi, with President Yoon Suk-yeol refusing to meet her on the grounds of leave, but only by telephone and without a representative. South Korea's Foreign Minister, also citing his participation in the ASEAN series of meetings, did not meet with Pelosi, but rather with a view to consolidating China's economic, trade and supply chain. The South Korean Foreign Minister's invitation to visit China this week made it clear that his country was willing to follow the United States without incident. In general, the first three categories, taken together, already account for most of the world's countries, so we can say very well that the one-China principle has become the basic norm of the international community's consensus and international relations. Category IV: Deciding States and international organizations: India, Brazil, New Zealand, etc. New Delhi did not make a clear statement about the incident during the political boom triggered by the Pelasia surge. It is worth mentioning that India’s Foreign Minister held a bilateral meeting with US Secretary of State Blinken during the East Asia Summit Foreign Ministers’ meeting in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital, without referring to the Taiwan issue. India, for example, refused to import large amounts of oil and coal from Russia when the US pressured India against Russia, so this time India’s silence on the Taiwan Strait is in China’s interest. The big silent powers similar to India are also G20 members, such as Brazil. The other disobedient country that so far deserves attention is New Zealand. Prime Minister of New Zealand Adoun New Zealand, one of the “Five Eyes” Alliances, took the initiative to release goodwill from China before the Pelosi surge. On 1 August local time, New Zealand Prime Minister Adoun addressed the China Business Summit, stating that in some areas China and New Zealand could benefit jointly, but there were also areas where there was a difference of interests and values between the two countries, and it was not easy to resolve differences between the two countries, but the new relationship should not be defined by differences. Adoun also stated that she looked forward to the ministerial-level exchange between the two countries and hoped to lead a business mission to China in person, as permitted by the Covid-19 epidemic. As a member of the Five Eyes Alliance, New Zealand’s silence to date is also very rare. As several other countries in the Five Eyes Alliance (United Kingdom, Canada, Australia) have already taken a practical stand, including through the G7 Foreign Minister’s statement and the US-Japan-Australia Foreign Minister’s statement. Category V: States and international organizations supporting the United States position: Japan, Australia, G7 The main diplomatic move of the United States following the Pelaussi visit to Taiwan was two statements, one by the Foreign Minister of G7 and one by the Foreign Ministers of Japan and Australia. G7 Foreign Ministers On 3 August, the Ministers for Foreign Affairs of the Group of Seven and the European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy issued a statement in which they stated that the actions taken by China in response to the Pelaussi visit could raise tensions and create instability in the region, and called on China not to change the status quo unilaterally by force and to resolve the differences between the two sides by peaceful means. In response, China's Foreign Ministry spokesman, Hua Chun Xiao, stated on 4th that the Group of Seven (G-7) had pretended to be deaf before Pelosi visited Taiwan and had now come forward to blame China for its hypocrisy and ugliness. Hua Chunjing said that the seven countries must not forget that they do not represent the international community, and that their views are only a few. “The dreams of their powers should wake up. On 6 August, the Foreign Ministers of Japan and Australia issued a joint statement rejecting China's military training activities in the waters off Taiwan Island and accusing China of launching missiles into the so-called “Japan exclusive economic zone”. In this regard, the spokesman for the Chinese Embassy in Australia expressed the hope that the Australian side would be cautious in its approach to the Taiwan issue, unconscionable and unconscionable with the wrong strategy of individual countries, and not be pacified by others to create new problems and disruptions in Sino-Australian relations. It has been noted that Australia, which has been in the vanguard of anti-China in recent years, has changed its position since the new Labour Party came to power at the end of May, that three years after the Chinese Foreign Minister met earlier last month, China has resumed the import of Australian coal, that Australia sells Chinese iron ore for the first time in the renminbi, that the two sides have carefully improved their relations, and that Australia has remained silent on Palosi's visit for many days without taking a stand, and that Australia did not issue a joint statement with the United States of America until the sixth. And if we list the signatories of the two declarations, the only signatories will be the United States and Japan. In fact, the highest United States ally in this Pelasia visit is Japan. Compared to South Korea’s cold-blooded encounter with Palosi, Japan has received it with high standards, and Shishida has personally met with Pelosi. While China’s current exercises around the Taiwan Strait have nothing to do with Japan, Japan has conveyed so-called condemnation protests to the Chinese side and has demanded that China immediately stop the exercises. In this regard, the Chinese Embassy in Japan stated that there was no delimitation of the area in question and that the claim that “Chinese missiles fell into Japan's exclusive economic zone” was untenable. We once again strongly urge Japan not to play with the politics of “one-stage-making” and not to continue on the wrong path. At present, China has cancelled the meeting of the Foreign Minister of China and Japan, which was scheduled to take place in Phnom Penh, and there may be additional counter-measures against Japan in follow-up. As can be seen from the preceding analysis, China, even its allies in the United States, must distinguish between countries that are just flaunting their flags and countries that want to take advantage of the fire. This Pelaxi trip is also a stress test, showing that the Taiwan problem is solved, and that the biggest external intervention is between the US and Japan, which is consistent with the feelings of most Chinese people. It is believed that the Chinese government will have a deeper analysis of this “diplomatic war” and, as a result, will have a better plan. The same sentence “makes more friends and less enemies.”

Note: This is a translated version of the Chinese news media article. A mature and nuanced reading is suggested.

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Zao Cai 丨 Haikou implemented temporary global static management from 7:00 to 22:00 today; Haitian Flavor Industry responded to the "double standard" storm of additives again; "OPEC+" decided to reduce oil production, and Biden was anxious; Zelensky spoke out and asked Russia pay war reparations

2022-10-06: NBD Editor No.1 On 5 October, the entrance examination for 2023 was officially opened, and from 5 to 25 October, according to the National Master's Programme Regulations for the Administration of Post-graduate Admissions, 2023, candidates could register for the examination on the Internet at…

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