Billionaire Elon Musk advised to end the war between Russia and Ukraine. After which Ukraine strongly condemned him. Now Musk said that tensions between China and Taiwan could be resolved by handing over some of Taiwan’s control to Beijing. Musk, the world’s richest man, told the Financial Times in an interview published on Friday, “My recommendation would be to … find a special administrative region for Taiwan which, if appropriate, may not please everyone.”
a report from Reuters According to this, Musk made this comment when the newspaper was asked about China. Where his Tesla electric car company operates a large factory in Shanghai. Beijing claims that Taiwan is one of its provinces. On the other hand, Taiwan’s government has been strongly objecting to China’s claims of sovereignty and says that only the 23 million people of the island can decide the future of their country.
Elon Musk said it’s possible, and I think maybe, in fact, he could have a system that’s more liberal than Hong Kong’s. Musk also said that China has sought assurances that it will not offer its SpaceX rocket company’s Starlink internet service there. Musk said: ‘Russia is partially garnering support. If Crimea is in danger, they can declare war very soon.
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Along with this, Musk has also run a Twitter poll through the official Twitter handle to end Russian actions in Ukraine. In which he asked his followers to vote ‘yes’ or ‘no’ on his proposals, which included allowing Russia to annex Crimea. Responding to this tweet of Elon Musk, Zelensky also asked people two questions and asked which Elon Musk do you like more? One who supports Ukraine or one who stands for Russia?
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