President Tsai Ing-wen will visit Central America next week, with stops in New York and Los Angeles.
Gallagher (pictured), chairman of the US House Select Committee on China, said today that he will meet with President Tsai along with House Speaker McCarthy.
[Central News Agency] President Tsai Ing-wen will visit Central America next week, during which she will stop in New York and Los Angeles.
Gallagher, chairman of the US House Select Committee on China, said today that he will meet with President Tsai along with House Speaker McCarthy.
On March 29, President Tsai will start the "Democracy Partners for Prosperity Journey". He will stop by New York on his way out, and then go to Guatemala and Belize for visits. On the return journey, he will stop by Los Angeles. McCarthy (Kevin McCarthy) met and returned to Taiwan on April 7, the whole journey lasted 10 days and 9 nights.
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The House of Representatives "Special Committee on China" held its second hearing this evening since its establishment, focusing on China's genocide in Xinjiang.
Republican Representative Mike Gallagher, who was the chairman, was interviewed by the media after the meeting. When asked whether he planned to meet with President Tsai during her transit in the United States, he generously said that he would accompany McCarthy to meet with President Tsai.
As for what he wants to say to President Tsai in person, Gallagher pointed out that he had a conversation with President Tsai during his recent visit to Taiwan and was impressed by her concept of cognitive warfare. He hoped that this meeting would allow President Tsai to explain to other congressmen what the CCP is doing , How to intimidate and coerce Taiwan and destroy Taiwan's freedom.
Gallagher secretly visited Taiwan for four days in late February, during which he met with President Tsai, Vice President Lai Ching-teh, Defense Minister Qiu Guozheng, and intelligence chiefs.
The Taiwanese Public Affairs Association (FAPA) recently launched a joint petition calling on Taiwanese Americans to lobby McCarthy and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to invite President Tsai to visit Washington through constituency members.
In this regard, Gallagher did not make a clear statement, only that it depends on whether President Tsai wants to come.