The candy company that produces Snickers has issued an apology to communist China for rightly stating that Taiwan is a country.
The company, Mars Wrigley, reportedly faced a backlash from Chinese social media users after promoting a limited edition of the Snickers tape that was said to be available only in “countries” of Malaysia, South Korea and Taiwan, Reuters mentioned.
Chinese government newspaper Global Times It stated that the company “apologized for identifying the island of Taiwan as a country, saying that its local team has verified and matched the official website and social media accounts to ensure the accuracy of the content.”
Sneakers owner Mars Wrigley said he respects China [national] sovereignty and territorial integrity Global Times chirp.
Snickers on Fri apologized for identifying the island of Taiwan as a country, saying that its local team had verified and matched the official website and social media accounts to ensure the accuracy of the content. Mars Wrigley, owner of the Snickers restaurant, said he respects China’s national sovereignty and territorial integrity. pic.twitter.com/TshespKEf5
– Global Times (globaltimesnews) August 5, 2022
Reuters added that the company posted its apology on its Snickers China Weibo account.
As Breitbart News previously reported, “Taiwan is a sovereign country with a function The democratic government that the Chinese Communist Party falsely insists is a “boycott” of China. America, thanks to the policies of former President Jimmy Carter, is indulging in this falsehood to maintain diplomatic relations with the higher geopolitical threat.”
March Wrigley’s surrender to the Chinese Communist Party comes shortly after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) spent about 19 hours visiting Taiwan this week. Pelosi met President Tsai Ing-wen and visited the country’s Museum of Human Rights, among other activities.
The Chinese government responded to Pelosi’s flight by launching three days of military maneuvers in the airspace and waters around Taiwan. The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs also announced on Friday He will take eight actions against the Biden administration, including halting “climate” talks and military coordination, in response to Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan.