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Ukraine weighs pivot to Taiwan as trust in China wanes over war

Ukrainian MP: China's reaction to Pelosi Taiwan visit a "turning point"

Russia's war on Ukraine is bringing the eastern European nation closer to Taiwan. (Nikkei montage/Reuters/Getty Images/Kyodo)

Leawood, KANSAS -- In the wake of China's threatening behavior following U.S House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan in early August, officials from countries including the U.S., Japan and Lithuania have streamed through Taipei to show their support.

Taiwan's government has said China's aggression has boosted international sympathy for the democracy of 23 million people. Among the more notable examples is Ukraine.

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