White House: China's actions are fundamentally at conflict with the goal of peace and stability

White House says Chinas actions in the aftermath of House Speaker Nancy Pelosis visit to Taiwan are inherently in conflict with the ideal of peace and stability . US will continue to take courageous and resolute measures to maintain stability and order, the White House said .

The White House said on Friday that China's actions in the aftermath of House Speaker Nancy Pelosis' visit to Taiwan are inherently in conflict with the ideal of peace and stability, adding that Beijing will continue to press Taiwan.Chinas activities are inherently in conflict with the goal of peace and stability.They are all part of a growing pressure campaign against Taiwan that has not ended, and we expect it to continue in the coming weeks and months.During a conference call, Kurt Campbell, deputy assistant to the President and Indo Pacific coordinator, told reporters that the aim of this campaign is to bully and force Taiwan to attack its resilience.

Since the challenge is long-term, these steps will occur in a variety of ways in the coming weeks and months.We will not be reflexive or knee-jerk, but we will be patient and effective, Campbell said.America will continue to fly, sail, and operate where international law allows, in accordance with its longstanding pledge to maritime freedom, including running regular air and maritime transits across the Taiwan Strait in the next few weeks, he said.We will continue to adhere to our Taiwan Relations Act obligations.

Campbell encouraged Beijing to reopen these channels in light of China's decision to suspend climate change negotiations with the US and closing other communications channels.In response to a query, he said, there are a number of countries that are genuinely interested in preserving that unity and stability, adding that I will leave it at that, in terms of our consultations and discussions with those partners, particularly.The Taiwan Relations Act requires us to provide Taiwan with appropriate defensive articles and capabilities.And, Campbell said, those articles are designed to focus on the most relevant defense issues that are relevant to the changing security challenges that Taiwan faces.