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Lai, Hsiao briefed on national security threats

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Release time:2024/04/29 21:16
Last update time:2024/04/29 21:16
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Taiwan’s president-elect briefed on national security threats (TVBS News) Lai, Hsiao briefed on national security threats
Taiwan's president-elect briefed on national security threats (TVBS News)

TAIPEI (TVBS News) — President-elect Lai Ching-te (賴清德) and Vice President-elect Hsiao Bi-khim (蕭美琴) were briefed on the current situation in the Taiwan Strait and the future directions for national security at the National Security Bureau on Monday (April 29). The briefing, led by National Security Bureau Director-General Tsai Ming-yen (蔡明彥), aimed to prepare the incoming leaders for the complex threats posed by the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) global infiltration efforts.

During the briefing, Tsai highlighted the CCP's multifaceted threats, including diplomatic, economic, and military means that have escalated regional tensions and posed international security challenges. This session was also crucial for Lai Ching-te and Hsiao Bi-khim to grasp the integration mechanism of national security units and the key directions for Taiwan's future national security work, according to Tsai.

 

Lai Ching-te reportedly commended the National Security Bureau for its "unsung hero" spirit and its pivotal role in maintaining Taiwan's democratic constitutional system, national security, and social stability. He underscored the importance of cooperation among government agencies to tackle national security challenges effectively.

Lai further emphasized the rapidly changing international landscape and Taiwan's strategic importance, advocating for the continuation of President Tsai Ing-wen's efforts to maintain peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait. He further outlined the "four pillars of peace" strategy, which includes building Taiwan's deterrence, ensuring economic security, deepening partnerships with democracies, and providing stable and principled leadership in cross-strait relations.

The briefing was also attended by key officials, including the incoming Minister of National Defense, the National Security Council (NSC) Secretary-General Wellington Koo (顧立雄), Foreign Minister Joseph Wu (吳釗燮), and others, signifying the high-level engagement and commitment to Taiwan's national security ahead of the new administration's tenure.

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#Taiwan#China#national security#Taiwan Strait#Lai Ching-te#Hsiao Bi-khim#Chinese Communist Party#global threats#regional tensions#cross-strait relations

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