The United States denounces a flag-raising ceremony at Taiwan's de facto embassy in Washington DC, saying the ceremony violated US-Taiwan ties.
The United States on Tuesday denounced a flag-raising ceremony at Taiwan's de facto embassy in Washington, saying it violated a long-standing pact on US-Taiwan ties. "We're disappointed with the action," State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said when asked about the hoisting of the
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