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Oct 4, 2021 | Press Releases

Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) issued the following statement after 145 Chinese warplanes flew into or near Taiwan’s air defense identification zone since Friday. These military incursions occurred just days before Taiwan’s National Day and began on the People’s Republic of China’s National Day. 

“The Chinese Communist Party’s aggressive behavior is intended to intimidate Taiwan and send a message to the rest of the free world,” Rubio said. “If Beijing’s recklessness is not met with international condemnation, Xi Jinping will think he has a green light for further aggression. President Joe Biden must work with our allies to ensure the People’s Republic of China respects the status quo and the sovereign territory of Taiwan and its neighbors.”

Rubio is a senior member of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations and is the Vice-Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.


Washington, D.C. — El senador estadounidense Marco Rubio (R-FL) emitió  el siguiente comunicado  después que 145 aviones de combate chinos volaron hacia o cerca de la zona de identificación de defensa aérea de Taiwán desde el viernes. Estas incursiones militares ocurrieron pocos días antes del Día Nacional de Taiwán y comenzaron en el Día Nacional de la República Popular China. 

“El comportamiento agresivo del Partido Comunista Chino tiene como objetivo intimidar a Taiwán y enviar un mensaje al resto del mundo”, Rubio dijo. “Si la imprudencia de Pekín no es recibida con la condena internacional, Xi Jinping pensará que tiene luz verde para una mayor agresión. El presidente Joe Biden debe trabajar con nuestros aliados para garantizar que la República Popular de China respete el status quo y el territorio soberano de Taiwán y sus vecinos”. 

Rubio es miembro del Comité de Relaciones Exteriores del Senado.