This website uses cookies. Some are necessary to help our website work properly and can't be switched off, and some are optional but can optimise your browsing experience. To manage your cookie choices, click on Open settings.
Taiwan: Taipei rejects 'one country, two systems' policy advocated by Xi during 20th National Congress - MOFA spox٠٠:٠١:٣٢

Taiwan: Taipei rejects 'one country, two systems' policy advocated by Xi during 20th National Congress - MOFA spox

مقاطعة تايوان الصينية, Taipei
أكتوبر ١٨, ٢٠٢٢ في ٠٧:١٥ GMT +00:00 · تم النشر

Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Joanne Ou said her country rejected Beijing’s policies of 'one China’ and 'one country, two systems', during a briefing in Taipei on Monday.

"We, the people of Taiwan, will not accept the 1992 consensus on the 'One China' principle first set by China, and we resolutely reject any final predetermined proposal such as 'one country, two systems,' she said.

"We should solemnly warn the Chinese authorities that they should give up strengthening the political framework and acts of coercion and aggression by force, respect the people of Taiwan, and adhere to sovereignty and the democratic and free way of life," Ou continued.

Chinese President Xi Jinping referred to 'one country, two systems', used to describe the method of governance in Hong Kong and Macau, during his address to the 20th Communist Party Congress.

Beijing views Taiwan as part of its territory under the 'One China' principle, while the island has never officially declared independence.

Taiwan: Taipei rejects 'one country, two systems' policy advocated by Xi during 20th National Congress - MOFA spox٠٠:٠١:٣٢
Pool للمشتركين فقط
قيود

Mandatory credit: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Taiwan

الأكثر مشاهدةView all videos
الفيديوهات الأكثر تحميلا في آخر 24 ساعة
عرض المزيد
النص

Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Joanne Ou said her country rejected Beijing’s policies of 'one China’ and 'one country, two systems', during a briefing in Taipei on Monday.

"We, the people of Taiwan, will not accept the 1992 consensus on the 'One China' principle first set by China, and we resolutely reject any final predetermined proposal such as 'one country, two systems,' she said.

"We should solemnly warn the Chinese authorities that they should give up strengthening the political framework and acts of coercion and aggression by force, respect the people of Taiwan, and adhere to sovereignty and the democratic and free way of life," Ou continued.

Chinese President Xi Jinping referred to 'one country, two systems', used to describe the method of governance in Hong Kong and Macau, during his address to the 20th Communist Party Congress.

Beijing views Taiwan as part of its territory under the 'One China' principle, while the island has never officially declared independence.