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China announces sanctions on Pelosi after visit to Taiwan

China announced this Friday that it will impose sanctions against the president of the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, after her visit to Taiwan this week, which sparked discontent from Beijing and extensive military exercises.

With that visit, Pelosi “seriously interfered in China’s internal affairs and seriously undermined its sovereignty and territorial integrity,” for which “sanctions” will be imposed against the legislator and “her immediate family,” the Chinese Foreign Ministry said. without giving more details.

China has imposed sanctions against several US officials in recent years for having acted, in its opinion, against its interests and for having spoken out on human rights in relation to Hong Kong and the Xinjiang (northwest) region, sometimes without specifying the nature of these measures.

In March, Beijing placed visa restrictions on an unpublished list of US officials who allegedly “made up lies about human rights issues involving China.”

Former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and Peter Navarro, who was a trade adviser to former President Donald Trump, were sanctioned at the time with a ban on entering China or doing business with Chinese companies.

, the most important military exercises in decades around the island. The military exercises will conclude on Sunday.

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The US legislator defended her trip to Taiwan and assured this Friday that the United States “will not allow” China to isolate the island.

Taiwan also condemned Beijing’s response to the visit, with Prime Minister Su Tseng-chang calling on allies to press for de-escalation.

“We did not expect that the evil next-door neighbor would show his might at our gates and arbitrarily endanger the world’s busiest shipping lanes with his military drills,” Su told reporters.

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