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China would invade Taiwan in certain circumstances: MND report

1.9.15

China would invade Taiwan in certain circumstances: MND report: Despite detente across the strait in recent years, Beijing has never given up the idea of using force to achieve Taiwan's unification with China, evidenced in that the People's Liberation Army conducted a series of exercises at Zhurihe Training Base in Inner Mongolia in July, using replicas of Taiwan's Presidential Office and other key hubs as targets, it pointed out.

If China resorts to military means against Taiwan at the current stage, it would probably resort to joint military operations to attack Taiwan or use a joint blockade strategy to intimidate Taiwan, the MND contended, stressing that it might also invade Taiwan proper in certain contingencies if it deemed it necessary.


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