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US House Speaker meets Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen in California amid rising tensions with China
US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen met at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California, where they pledged their commitment to their shared values and maintaining Taiwan's peaceful status quo. They also discussed regional challenges faced by Taiwan and the Indo-Pacific region, including China's continued aggression towards the island. The meeting has attracted criticism from Beijing, which had previously sent a threatening email to McCarthy and other members of Congress who planned to meet with Tsai, warning that China would "take necessary and resolute actions" if they continued with the meeting.
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