China’s “two sessions” kick off on the 13th for the Chinese presidentXi Jinpinghead of state councilli qiangIn talks related to Taiwan, the Mainland Affairs Council responded that the essence of the CCP’s political views on Taiwan is dwarfing Taiwan and unilaterally distorting facts, calling forBeijingOfficials judge the situation rationally, respect democratic public opinion, and responsibly maintain peace in the Taiwan Strait.
Mac pointed out that “the two sides of the strait are not affiliated with each other” is the status quo of the Taiwan Strait and the consensus of Taiwan’s government and opposition. Taiwan does not provoke, but is also firm and unrelenting. It calls on Beijing officials to act responsibly and rationally judge the situation, respect democratic public opinion, and pragmatically promote their governance reforms to improve people’s livelihoods and rights. To maintain peace in the Taiwan Strait.
Mac said the government is committed to maintaining the status quo of peace and stability on both sides of the Taiwan Strait, firmly adheres to the “Four Firmnesses” and continues to strengthen the “Four Resiliences” to safeguard the motherland. Only the 23 million Taiwanese people have the right to decide Taiwan’s future development in the Republic of China, and no one can take that away.
The MAC said that the other side should abandon the imposed political framework and various negative actions, and engage in cross-strait dialogue and negotiation with a rational, equal and mutual respect attitude, and then resolve the differences Should communicate with us pragmatically, so as to really improve the well-being of the people on both sides of the strait.
At the closing ceremony of the National People’s Congress, Xi Jinping reaffirmed his adherence to the One-China principle and the “1992 Consensus”, his firm opposition to outside interference and separatist activities for Taiwan independence, and his commitment to promote Taiwan’s progress. His determination to Reunification of the Motherland. Li Qiang said at the prime minister’s press conference that he would continue to promote economic and cultural exchanges and cooperation between the two sides of the strait and allow more Taiwanese compatriots and enterprises to come to China.
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