Rumor has it that the mainland has destroyed Buddhist books from Taiwan religious groups? Response from the state Taiwan Affairs Office

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 Rumor has it that the mainland has destroyed Buddhist books from Taiwan religious groups? Response from the state Taiwan Affairs Office


Recently, it was rumored that the mainland had destroyed

The Taiwan Mainland Affairs Commission claimed that the Buddhist books published by religious groups were of no help to cross-strait relations. In response, the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council said that the mainland protects citizens freedom of religious belief according to law. For many years, the publication and distribution of works by religious figures or organizations in Taiwan has been smooth.

Zhu Fenglian, a spokesman for the state Taiwan Affairs Office, said the statement was inconsistent with the facts. The mainland protects citizens freedom of religious belief according to law. Religious books published legally shall be protected in accordance with the law, and the works of religious personages in Taiwan shall be published and distributed in the mainland. At the same time, illegal publications and printed publications shall be investigated and dealt with according to law.

For many years, the publication and distribution of works by religious figures or organizations in Taiwan has been smooth. We will continue to support cross-strait religious and cultural exchanges and promote the peaceful development of cross-strait relations. (Wei Xuewei)

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