Tsai Ing-wen

Política The Hill - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana KAELAN DEESE

Taiwan says multiple Chinese fighters entered its airspace

14:42 - Taiwan's Defense Ministry said Wednesday multiple Chinese fighter jets entered its airspace, describing the move as a destabilizing action threatening peace in the region, Reuters reported.
Política The Hill - Estados Unidos Política KAELAN DEESE

Taiwan's president calls for democracy coalition to protect freedom amid Chinese threats

11:31 - Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen is calling for a coalition of democracies to defend freedom amid rising tensions as China occupies areas of the South China Sea and Taiwan straight.
Política ABC - España Política Internacional Pablo M. Diéz

China envía cazas a Taiwán en respuesta a la visita oficial de EE.UU.

20:19 - La reunión del secretario de Salud con la presidenta Tsai abre los contactos directos, que enfurecen a Pekín
Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen heads to US, warning of threat from ‘overseas forces’

Visit to the island’s Caribbean allies will include stops in the United States for four nights in total. She vows to work with countries with similar ideas ‘to ensure stability of the democratic system’.
Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional

Taiwan blasts China for ‘reckless and provocative’ fighter jet incursion

It is highly unusual for Chinese jets and warships to cross the so-called median line in the Taiwan Strait, a widely agreed upon boundary. Taiwanese news media said the last time Chinese jets had crossed the line was in 2011.
Economía Ultima Hora - Paraguay Economía Internacional

Taiwán promete seguir con proyectos en Paraguay

La presidenta de Taiwán, Tsai Ing-wen, se comprometió a seguir apoyando los proyectos de inversión, infraestructura y comercio bilateral.
Política The Straits Times - Singapur Política Internacional

Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen left with rebuilding job as premier steps down

TAIPEI (REUTERS, BLOOMBERG) - Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen appointed the ruling pro-independence party's former chairman as premier on Friday (Jan 11), a day after incumbent William Lai said he was resigning, along with the entire Cabinet, in response to local election defeats.
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