Pelosi lauds Taiwan, says China's fury cannot stop visits by world leaders
U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi left Taiwan on Wednesday after touting its democracy and pledging American solidarity during her brief visit, adding that Chinese anger cannot stop world leaders from travelling to the self-ruled island claimed by Beijing.
'We come in friendship', Nancy Pelosi tells Taiwan’s parliament – video
In her speech to the Taiwan parliament, the US House speaker, Nancy Pelosi, said she wanted to increase parliamentary exchanges between the US and Taiwan. She called Taiwan 'one of the freest societies in the world'. She also said the US chip bill would offer a good opportunity for US-Taiwan cooperation in the chip industry. 'We come in friendship to Taiwan, we come in peace to the region,' she said during a meeting with Tsai Chi-chang, the depu…
Pelosi says U.S. will not abandon commitment to Taiwan's security as China protests
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi left Taiwan after a visit that heightened tensions with China, saying Wednesday that she and other members of Congress in her delegation showed they will not abandon their commitment to the self-governing island.