Taiwan Defense Minister Says Island Must Defend Itselfon October 28, 2021 at 6:51 pm

Taiwan’s defense minister said on Oct. 28 that the island must have the ability to defend itself, and not rely on others for help, if the Chinese regime were to attack. The remarks came after the island’s president said she had “faith” that the United States would come to Taiwan’s aid if the Chinese regime were to invade. “As I have repeatedly emphasized before, a country must rely on itself,” Chiu Kuo-cheng, the island’s defense minister, told reporters before the legislative committee session on Thursday. “If any friends or other groups can help us, then it’s like I said before, we’re happy to have it, but we cannot completely depend on it.” Taiwan has recently come under intense pressure as the Chinese regime stepped up its campaign of military harassment targeting the self-ruled island it claims as its own, sending a record number of military aircraft into international airspace near …

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