Donald Trump Directed To Taiwan’s Leader Tsai Ing-Wen, An Affront To China

Washington: The 45th President-elect of United States Donald Trump directed to Taiwan’s leader Tsai Ing-wen who is serving as President of Republic of China by a telephone call on Friday after a break decades long diplomatic traditions.

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In a break with for decades long diplomatic tradition, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump who is going on the mission to introduce the world with new United States leader has directly connect a telephone call to Taiwan’s leader Tsai Ing-wen on Friday.

The United Friday finally broke the four decades long silence with Taiwan, a movement from United States side drew an affront response to China and looked to set the uncertainty over Asia Policy with U.S.

By 10-minutes telephone call to Taiwan’s leader on Friday is the first such contact by a shockingly won President-elect Donald Trump since the presidency of Jimmy Carter from Taiwan to China in 1979, acknowledging the Taiwan is the one part of China.

With the establishment a telephone call of duration 10-minutes, President-elect office authorities revealed, the Taiwanese President Isai lng-wen offered U.S President-elect Donald Trump congratulation, such a historic record telephone call to Taiwanese leader since 1979.

The next statement utters from United States leader, the U.S leader also offered congratulation to Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen on become the President of Taiwan early this year however, during their telephonic conversation two leader exchange talks over economic, political and security ties existing in their countries and need a solid solution.

Hours after the telephonic conversation, China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi has blamed Taiwan for took initiative for exchange, he also commented he ensured United States Government wouldn’t change the longstanding “One China” Policy.

Meanwhile, President-elect Donald Trump took twitter to declare the phone call initiated by Taiwanese leader.




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