China says will make 'necessary' response to United States arms sales to Taiwan

The United States should immediately halt all weapons sales to Taiwan, ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told a daily news briefing in Beijing, after a source said the White House was moving forward with three sales of advanced weaponry to Taiwan.

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Five US-made F-16 jets fly over the Presidential Office during Taiwan's National Day in Taipei on October 10, 2020
BEIJING: China's foreign ministry said on Tuesday that it would make a "legitimate and necessary" response to further U.S. arms sales to Chinese-claimed Taiwan, after a source said the White House was moving forward with three sales of advanced weaponry to Taiwan.

The United States should immediately halt all weapons sales to Taiwan, ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told a daily news briefing in Beijing.
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