China Taiwan Affairs Office: the PLAs military exercises are aimed at Taiwan independence forces and their separatist words and deeds.

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 China Taiwan Affairs Office: the PLAs military exercises are aimed at Taiwan independence forces and their separatist words and deeds.


Hongkong China News Agency: in view of the mainland military exercise, the State Council spokesman said the United States opposed any side of the two sides to take action to change the status quo, including any force or other forms. What does the spokesman say about this? Ma Xiaoguang: Taiwan is a part of China, and the Taiwan issue is Chinas internal affairs. We are firmly opposed to any external forces to intervene. Ma Xiaoguang: as I mentioned earlier, the PLA military performance is aimed at the Taiwan independence forces and their split words and deeds. It is to defend the national sovereignty and territorial integrity, safeguard the peace and stability of the cross-straits relations, and also to safeguard the common interests of the compatriots on both sides of the Straits. Since May 20, 2005, the Democratic Progressive Party authorities have refused to recognize the 92 consensus and do not agree with the same China as the two sides of the Straits, destroying the political basis of peaceful development of the cross-straits relations and indulging the Taiwan independence separatist activities, which is the change of the status quo. Source: Taiwan China Network Editor: Cheng Gang _NN7377 Hongkong China News Agency: in view of the mainland military exercise, the State Council spokesman said the United States opposed any side of the two sides to take action to change the status quo, including any force or other forms. What is the comment of the spokesman for this? Ma Xiaoguang: Taiwan is part of China. The Taiwan issue is Chinas internal affairs. We firmly oppose any interference from outside forces. Ma Xiaoguang: as I mentioned earlier, the PLA military performance is aimed at the Taiwan independence forces and their split words and deeds. It is to defend the national sovereignty and territorial integrity, safeguard the peace and stability of the cross-straits relations, and also to safeguard the common interests of the compatriots on both sides of the Straits. Since May 20, 2005, the Democratic Progressive Party authorities have refused to recognize the 92 consensus and do not agree with the same China as the two sides of the Straits, destroying the political basis of peaceful development of the cross-straits relations and indulging the Taiwan independence separatist activities, which is the change of the status quo.