Arms sale in line with Taiwan Relations Act: U.S.
Washington, April 16 (CNA) The U.S. Department of State confirmed Tuesday its latest approval of an arms sale to Taiwan, citing the need to help the island maintain sufficient self-defense capability in the face of growing intimidation from China.
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