“Those Who Play With Fire Get Burnt”, Says Chinese Ambassador Posted In India To America!!

The tension between the US and China over the issue of Taiwan is increasing continuously. Now, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the lower house of the US Parliament, Nancy Pelosi is going to visit the self-governing island of Taiwan. According to US media reports, she can visit Taiwan on Wednesday. Pelosi is traveling to four Asian countries, in this sequence she will first reach Singapore. China has been warning the Biden administration that Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan will worsen relations between the two countries. Now a provocative speech has been given against the US by the Embassy of China in India.

Chinese Embassy in India threatens America

India based Chinese Embassy spokesperson Wang Xiaojian has threatened the US over Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan. He called Pelosi’s visit an interference in China’s internal affairs. He said that US Speaker Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan would amount to gross interference in China’s internal affairs. And her visit greatly threatens peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait. This will seriously undermine Sino-US relations and it will surely have serious consequences.

The Chinese embassy has warned the US that ‘those who play with fire get burnt by it’. If the US side insists on traveling of Pelosi and challenges China’s red line, it will be met with a resolute counter-offensive. And definitely America will have to face all the consequences of this.

Significantly, China has been making its claim on Taiwan. He has also warned about a possible visit to Pelosi. Let us tell you that Pelosi left Washington in a military plane C-40C. According to the media report, Nancy Pelosi is expected to hold a meeting with other high-ranking officials in Taiwan on Wednesday.

Last month, the report of the US House Speaker’s visit was released. Then Beijing warned about Nancy’s visit to Taiwan, saying that if the American side insists on going ahead with the trip, it will take strong action and retaliate.

At the same time, according to media reports, China has suspended imports from 35 Taiwanese exporters of biscuits and pastries from Monday as a warning to the self-governing island ahead of a possible trip to Taiwan by US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Kremlin warns the United States

Kremlin on Tuesday warned the United States over Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan. It has said that an expected visit to Taiwan by US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi would put it on a collision course with China. The Kremlin has also said that Pelosi’s visit would fuel tensions in the region.

Pelosi has the right to go to Taiwan: US

US Security Coordinator John Kirby answered questions on Monday about the visit of Speaker Nancy Pelosi. He said the president has not confirmed any travel plans and it is up to the president and his staff to do so. So we will not comment or speculate about the stoppage of his visit… The Speaker has the right to go to Taiwan.

Taiwan visit will have negative impact on Sino-US relations: Chinese Foreign Ministry

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said in a press briefing last month that Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan would have a “serious negative” impact on the political foundations of Sino-US relations.

President Biden also said that the US military believes it is not a “good idea” for Speaker of the House Representative, Nancy. Pelosi will travel to Taiwan as planned. “The military doesn’t think it’s a good idea right now,” the White House press pool quoted Biden as saying. China has on several occasions in the past expressed strong opposition to any kind of official talks between the US and the Taiwan region.

What happened between Jinping-Biden in the phone call?

In a phone call between the US and Chinese president last week, Xi Jinping told Biden that China would defend national sovereignty. Jinping said that those who play with fire will be destroyed by it. Meanwhile, Biden told the Chinese president that US policy on Taiwan has not changed and Washington opposes a unilateral change in the status quo.