Taiwan visits missile forces to increase wary of Chinese military

Taiwan Visits Missile Forces September 11 at 7:50 p.m.

Taiwan’s president, Liu Ying, said on November 11 that he would “firmly defend democracy and freedom” by inspecting missile forces and expressed his willingness to increase vigilance against the Chinese military.

Taiwan’s presidential office announced on November 11 that President Ban had inspected missile forces to protect airspace in northern Taiwan.

As a result, President Liu said, “Recently Chinese military aircraft have been flying around Taiwan, and military exercises have been conducted quite frequently,” and he aimed at troops who are monitoring them 24 hours a day.

On top of that, he said, “Territory and sovereignty will not yield a inch. We will firmly protect democracy and freedom. We must keep in mind the beliefs and decisions of the defense,” he said, showing his willingness to increase vigilance against the Chinese military.

According to Taiwan’s Defense Ministry and local media, the Chinese military conducted military exercises in the waters near Southwestern Taiwan for two days until the 10th, and fighter jets entered the “air defense identification zone” set by Taiwan at least 40 times.

President Liu is those who aim to control China, which is under increasing military pressure on Taiwan, through an inspection of missile forces.