After Ms. Pelosi, a US congressional delegation came to Taiwan

A U.S. congressional delegation arrived in Taiwan on Aug. 14, beginning a two-day visit, as military tensions between the island and China continue to heat up.

A U.S. congressional delegation arrived in Taiwan on Aug. 14, beginning a two-day visit, as military tensions between the island and China continue to heat up.

On August 10, China issued a white paper on the Taiwan issue, which emphasized peaceful reunification and “one country, two systems” as China’s basic principles for resolving the Taiwan issue, and the best approach to reunification.

On Aug. 14, the U.S. mission in Taiwan announced that a U.S. congressional delegation would visit the island from Aug. 14 to Aug. 15, to meet with Taipei’s senior leaders.

Statement said the visit was part of an Indo-Pacific tour by the congressional delegation.

There, officials will discuss issues including U.S.-Taiwan relations and global supply chains.

The U.S. mission to Taiwan said the delegation was led by Senator Ed Markey. Four other MPs will accompany him.

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