Biden says US would defend Taiwan if China attacks | DW News

Biden says us would defend taiwan if china attacks | dw news

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US president Joe Biden has said that Washington would defend Taiwan if China staged an “unprecedented attack.” Speaking in an interview with CBS,

he added that the US still maintains its “one China” policy and does not support Taiwan’s independence. China has responded by saying Biden’s remarks severely violate Washington’s policy. Taiwan is a self-ruled island that Beijing claims as part of its territory.

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