Chinese Ambassador to the United States: Against US - China Policy Containing Taiwan Relations Act

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After Trump became President of the United States, China sent a signal from Beijing and Washington on Tuesday to insist that the one-China policy is "non-negotiable."

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Lu Kang, who was interviewed by NBC in English, said in an interview that "with the rapid implementation of the Trump government's commitment to the election, China seems to have set up a flag and painted a non- Beyond the red line ", including the South China Sea and the one-China policy.

In response to a reporter's question about how President Trump would recognize further Taiwan's recognition of China, Lukang said he would not prejudge the issue, but the issue involved China's core interests. Not for negotiation or bargaining. "

In Washington, Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai also said at a press conference that the one-China principle "has always been the political foundation of Sino-US relations." This is "unshakable, it is not negotiable and can not be negotiated."

According to Hong Kong's "China Society" and Taiwan media reports, Cui Tiankai on January 24 at the same time the embassy Spring Festival Evening held a press conference for Trump and his team, "the recent challenges of a policy in China," how to respond to the question to make the above reply .

He said that from the US side, the "one China principle" was formed by the eight-party president of the United States for decades, and any challenge or uncertainty to this base will cause great repercussions in the United States. This we have seen. "

Cui Tiankai also mentioned that the US and China have different definitions of "one China" policy. "Some people in the United States have opposed the 'Taiwan Relations Act'. We oppose this. There are still important differences, The true one - China principle is defined in the three communiqués.

In addition, Cui Tiankai also criticized some politicians in Taiwan to use the opportunity of the US government to engage in general "little tricks", is a "slave mentality."

"Some politicians in Taiwan have done a lot of little tricks when they used the US government," he said, adding that "some people think that they have come to the United States and have gone back to being complacent. I think this is a slave mentality."

Cui said that if Taiwan wants to avoid becoming a bargaining chip, it must return to the basis of the "1992 Consensus," acknowledging that both sides belong to one China and admit that they are Chinese. "There is nothing to worry about in understanding this great nation" , Or if the Chinese 1.3 billion people split, or even antagonistic, "it is worth worrying about it is still behind."

Speaking to Cui Tiankai, the former head of the Taiwan delegation, who led a delegation to Washington to attend Trump last week, said that the Taiwanese delegation was invited by the US government to attend the inauguration ceremony. , "The ceremony is very successful, do not want to respond to China 's glass heart to speak.