US should not have any illusions about Taiwan, says China

25/11/2021 10:58:00 AM

US should not have any illusions about Taiwan, says China

US should not have any illusions about Taiwan, says China

BEIJING: There is no room for compromise over Taiwan and the United States should not have any illusions about this, China\u0027s Defence Ministry said on Thursday (Nov 25), adding that Washington had of late made a series of \u0022provocations\u0022 on several issues. China says the issue of Taiwan, which it claims as C

BEIJING: There is no room for compromise over Taiwan and the United States should not have any illusions about this, China's Defence Ministry said on Thursday (Nov 25), adding that Washington had of late made a series of"provocations" on several issues.

China says the issue of Taiwan, which it claims as Chinese territory, is the most sensitive in its ties with the United States, the country that is also Taiwan's most important international backer and arms supplier.Sharp differences over Taiwan persisted during a virtual meeting earlier this month between US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping. Xi said that those in Taiwan who seek independence, and their supporters in the United States, were

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China says the issue of Taiwan, which it claims as Chinese territory, is the most sensitive in its ties with the United States, the country that is also Taiwan's most important international backer and arms supplier. Sharp differences over Taiwan persisted during a virtual meeting earlier this month between US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping. China's state reserve bureau later said it is working on a release of crude oil reserves but declined to comment on the U. Xi said that those in Taiwan who seek independence, and their supporters in the United States, were "playing with fire" . Related: US to release 50 million barrels of oil from reserves after OPEC+ rebuffs call for more crude Inflation is threatening President Biden's Democratic Party in next year's mid-term elections, said the Global Times. Asked at a monthly news briefing in Beijing to comment on Sino-US military ties in the light of those talks, Chinese Defence Ministry spokesman Wu Qian said having a healthy and stable relationship was good for both and what the world expected. request. China is willing to maintain exchanges and cooperation with the United States, he added. Appeals Court for the District of Columbia this month.

"However, for a period of time, the US side has said a lot of irresponsible things and done a lot of provocative things on Taiwan, the South China Sea, and close-up reconnaissance by warships and aircraft," Wu said. "As a result, the Biden administration will have to turn to China again." The Global Times is published by the People's Daily, the official newspaper of China's ruling Communist Party. China has principles for the development of relations between the two militaries, which is to say its sovereignty, dignity, and core interests cannot be violated, he added. "Especially on the Taiwan issue, China has no room for compromise, and the US side should not have any illusions about this." The Global Times is published by the People's Daily, the official newspaper of China's ruling Communist Party." Democratically-rule Taiwan has denounced China for its stepped up diplomatic and military pressure to try and force the island into accepting Chinese sovereignty. Source: Reuters/dv. Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has vowed to defend the island, and says only its people can decide its future. But Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping held lengthy virtual talks last week, which were widely seen as a joint effort to improve icy relations. services by early January because of national security concerns.

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