Taiwan’s Senior Missile Development Official found dead. Read till the end to get full information about the same.
In a hotel in Pingtung, Taiwan’s southern area. The dead body of deputy head of the defence ministry’s research and development division, encountered by hotel staffs at Pingtung.
In the midst of rising tensions in the area. Taiwan’s deputy head of the research and development arm of the defence ministry was discovered dead. He was found in a hotel in Pingtung, in the island’s southern part.
According to a report published on Saturday by Taiwan’s official Central News Agency. A 57-year-old Ou Yang Li-hsing, the deputy director of the military-run National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology, was discovered dead at a hotel. However, the reason for his passing is still a mystery, and an inquiry is ongoing. He could have had a heart attack, according to some sources, though.
Li-hsing managed several missile manufacturing initiatives.
While additional information regarding LiNote that the incident occurred against the backdrop of rising regional tensions. Firstly,with the arrival of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in Taipei. The other with the beginning of retaliatory massive military exercises by Beijing. He reportedly kept an eye on a number of missile development projects while visiting Pingtung for business.
In response to Chinese threats, Taiwan’s military-owned National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology is taking actions. They are reportedly seeking to increase the island’s annual missile production. The capacity is to be around 500 this year. Beijing has put more emphasis on its alleged “One China” policy. In addition it has been more confrontational toward Taiwan, particularly in recent months. China is now conducting extensive military exercises around Taiwan in response to US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit.
Taiwan accuses China
China’s military faced accusations by Taiwan of “simulating” an invasion of its main island.On Saturday, as Beijing conducted its military drills in retaliation for US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taipei, Taiwan accused China’s military of “simulating” an assault on its main island.
Taiwan’s military-owned National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology is allegedly attempting to raise the island’s yearly missile production capacity to about 500 this year in response to Chinese threats. Particularly in recent months, Beijing has increased its focus on its purported “One China” policy and its hostility toward Taiwan. In reaction to US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the island country, China is now engaging in significant military drills surrounding Taiwan.
Pelosi, the first US House Speaker to visit Taiwan in 25 years, defended the island’s sovereignty and security as relations between the US and China worsened. In an unusual response, Beijing accused the US of undermining the “One China” policy and announced extensive military exercises encircling Taiwan.