China responds to Biden's warning against US military intervention

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China responds to Biden's warning against US military intervention

This may include adverts from us and 3 rd parties based on our understanding. Despite Mr Biden's warning, China quickly fired back demanding the US stay out of its own affairs. Once again reaffirming its claim to the province, the Chinese government insisted Taiwan is an inalienable part of the country. The comments from China's foreign ministry were sparked after the President claimed the US is the most powerful military in the world. Indeed, the President laughed off any impending threat from China following reports the state tested a hypersonic missile. Asked if the US would continue to support Taiwan via military arms, Mr Biden insisted he would do so. He told a CNN town hall event: Yes, we have a commitment to do that. China, Russia and the rest of the world know we have the most powerful military in history of the world.

Don't worry about whether they're going to be more powerful. But you have to worry about whether or not they're going to engage in activities put them in a position where they could make a serious mistake. In response, foreign ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin claimed the US has no right to interfere in the state's regional affairs. Brexit LIVE: She does it again! Do not stand on the opposite side of the 1.4 billion people. We urge the US to earnestly abide by the one-China principle and stipulations in the three China-US joint communique, be prudent with its words and actions on the Taiwan question, and avoid sending wrong signals to the separatist forces 'Taiwan independence', lest it seriously damage China-US relations and peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait. These threats come after Taiwan sent a record number of jets into China's air defence zone earlier this month.