China condemns U.S. senator's meet with Taiwan president

STORY: During the visit on Tuesday, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said the U.S. is planning on "cooperation" between its National Guard and Taiwan's military, deepening security ties in the face of what Taipei's government complains is a rising threat from China.

China's military said last week it had recently conducted an exercise around Taiwan as a "solemn warning" against its "collusion" with the United States.

That came after U.S. President Joe Biden angered China by appearing to signal a change in a U.S. policy of "strategic ambiguity" on Taiwan by saying the United States would get involved militarily if China were to attack the island. U.S. officials said there had been no change in policy.

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