< p> just recently, China decided to downgrade diplomatic relations with Lithuania, this after our Baltic neighbouring country finally opened its de facto embassy in Taiwan. When Magdalena Andersson is now elected prime minister and formed a new government, there is a historic opportunity to do as both the US and the EU have already done. The Andersson government should urgently highlight clear support for Lithuania in the conflict with China. It is also an opportunity to follow Lithuania and establish deep diplomatic relations with Taiwan, as well as recognize the country's right to determine its own future. < / p> more and more aggressiveness from China < P > Taiwan meets all the traditional criteria of what is a state: a people, a territory and a state power. They are also a well-functioning democracy with respect for Human Rights and the rule-based world order. Sweden and Taiwan share values and have a common vision for the future of a free and open world. Recognizing the country should really be a matter of course. Like Sweden, Taiwan is a liberal democracy, an independent and well-functioning country. < / p> < blockquote > if Lithuania dares to stand up for our common democratic values even when dictatorships threaten and hate, then we should also be able to do so. < / blockquote> < p> Taiwan lives in the shadow of the world's most serious anti-democratic threat, China. In world politics, a show of strength is currently taking place between democracy and dictatorship, between liberal and authoritarian forms of government. An obvious example of this is how the dictatorship of China constantly poses an imminent threat to democracy Taiwan. Part of China's increasingly aggressive policy of weakening Taiwan and denying the Taiwanese people their rights is to deter the outside world from taking steps towards recognizing Taiwan with threats and buffaloots. < / p> Lithuania does not allow itself to be bullied into silence < p > so far, Sweden has towards better knowing weight itself for China's threats. But it is not obvious to succumb to China's bullies and intimidation. Our Baltic neighbouring country, Lithuania, has chosen a different path. They pursue what they call a ”value-based foreign policy " and do not allow themselves to be bullied into silence, but instead stand up for democracy. like Sweden, Lithuania is a small country in northern Europe, a well-functioning democracy and an economy in great need of openness to the world. If they dare to stand up for our common democratic values even when dictatorships threaten and hate, we should also be able to do so. < / p> < p> if we're going to face China's increasingly aggressive threats, we have to do it together. They are more dependent on the unifying economies of the democratic world is what we are of trade with them. But above all, those of us who uphold democratic rights and freedoms have a common responsibility to uphold and spread these to all people who today live in Unfreedom in the world. < / p> establishing democratic relations < P> Taiwan went ahead of Sweden when in 2016 they elected their first woman as president. Lithuania went ahead of Sweden when establishing diplomatic relations with Taiwan. Magdalena Andersson now has the chance to become doubly historic, both as the first woman at the Prime Minister's post and as the leader of an actionable government that puts an end to what we Democrats must consider an embarrassing creeping thing for China. It is time to establish diplomatic relations with the predecessor and democracy of Taiwan. The Taiwanese people must decide their own future.
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