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Die China- Global- Times schreibt (<FPI empfiehlt den ganzen Artikel zu lesen):
That Pelosi did not directly mention Taiwan in her itinerary means she does not dare directly and publicly challenge China, but the possibility of her visiting Taiwan without any announcement in transfers between any of the four stops in Asia cannot be ruled out, Diao Daming, an associate professor at the Renmin University of China in Beijing, told the Global Times.
It is still possible that Pelosi wants to make a risky and dangerous move by trying to land at a Taiwan airport with emergency excuses like an aircraft fault or refueling, so the Chinese military patrols, radar detections and relevant drills should still keep at high alert in coming days, said analysts.
If Pelosi’s plane really has emergency problems during her trip around China, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) aircraft can provide protection to her plane and let her land at airports in China’s Sansha city, Hainan Province in the South China Sea, or other airports in the Chinese mainland which could provide professional services and assistance, as long as the speaker’s plane stays away from China’s Taiwan.
Lü said Taiwan is a forbidden zone for Pelosi’s plane, this is absolutely clear, so if her plane really has some emergency problems and has to land somewhere during her flight, “the PLA fighter jets in the region will provide her protection and bring her to China’s airports in Sansha city, Hainan Province in the South China Sea or other places in the mainland. We can provide her world-class service and assistance, as long as she stays away from the untouchable red-line – landing in Taiwan.”
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Die Global Times in einem weiteren Artikel (< FPI empfiehlt ganzen Artikel zu lesen)
Five possible ways the PLA could thwart Pelosi’s Taiwan visit
The Chinese government has repeatedly expressed its strong opposition to Pelosi’s potential visit in recent days. In the telephone call with US President Joe Biden on Thursday, Chinese President Xi Jinping said that “Those who play with fire will perish by it.” Tan Kefei, a spokesperson for China’s Ministry of National Defense, warned on Tuesday that if the US side insists on making the visit, the Chinese military will take strong actions to thwart any external interference or “Taiwan independence” separatist scheme, and will be resolute in safeguarding China’s national sovereignty and territorial integrity. It can be said these were China’s most strong-worded remarks against the US on the Taiwan question in recent years.
After all, China has solemnly pointed out that “We are fully prepared for any eventuality. If the US side insists on making the visit, the Chinese side will take firm and strong measures to safeguard our sovereignty and territorial integrity. The US must assume full responsibility for any serious consequence arising thereof.” This is not empty talk. When it comes to issues of right and wrong, China will definitely live up to its word.