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Chinese ambassador warns Canada against crossing ‘red line’ on Taiwan, urges to ‘draw the lessons’ from the past

By Neil Moss      

China has commenced military drills around Taiwan in response to a top U.S. lawmaker's visit to the island, leading to condemnation from Canada and the G7.

Chinese Ambassador Cong Peiwu says it is up to the United States to de-escalate tensions after U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

After Canada’s condemnation of China’s escalatory response to U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s recent visit to Taiwan, Beijing’s top diplomat in Ottawa is casting a threat that crossing China will be met with consequences.

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