The Chinese military is preparing an all-out invasion of Taiwan

ILLUSTRATION. The Chinese military publishes how the Chinese military is gradually invading Taiwan.

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KONTAN.CO.ID –  BEIJING. It turns out that China is not playing games with its threat to use military force against Taiwan if the democratic island does not submit to its rule. On Saturday (10/10) yesterday, China staged an all-out attack simulation against Taiwan.

In the simulation, the Chinese military uses drones, special forces and air forces in stages to prepare for a major invasion of Taiwan.

The gruesome drills were reported by Chinese state broadcaster CCTV and marked the first time in recent years a state media outlet had told everything about preparations to attack the Taiwanese state.

“This marks the latest act of aggression from Beijing in the South China Sea, and follows the increasing naval presence from China in disputed waters,” the news read as reported. Express.co.uk Tuesday (13/10).

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The simulated attack took place on National Taiwan Day, with exercises starting at night.

The CCTV report details how Chinese troops entered from various locations to demonstrate their readiness for an invasion.

The report added: “The exercise, with the effective integration of several new fighting forces, increases the true combat capability of the troops in joint landings and three-dimensional attacks.”

Beijing has stepped up its military exercises because it views Taiwan as part of mainland China and wants to reunite the countries at all costs.

As China conducted the exercise, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen urged Beijing to hold a “meaningful dialogue”.

Speaking at National Day celebrations, he denounced the “tense enough” stalemate of the Taiwan Strait and urged Beijing to find a peaceful resolution.

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He said: “As long as the Beijing authorities are willing to resolve antagonisms and improve cross-strait relations, while parity and dignity are maintained, we are willing to work together to facilitate meaningful dialogue.”

An earlier report from Taiwan detailed the immense pressure Chinese Air Force drills over the Strait put on state finances, with Taiwan spending $ 1.3 billion scrambling its own fighter jets against the attack.


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