World / China attacks on joe biden regarding taiwan said trying to divide country

Zoom News : Sep 19, 2022, 10:41 PM
China said on Monday that it will make sincere efforts for the peaceful reunification of Taiwan and will not tolerate any activity aimed at dividing the country. China's remarks are being seen as a response to US President Joe Biden's statement on Taiwan.

Biden has said that if China tries to attack self-ruled Taiwan, the US military will protect it. China claims this self-governing island. Biden was asked on Sunday in an interview during the '60 Minutes' program aired on news channel 'CBS News' that 'if China attacks Taiwan, will American security forces, American men and women, protect it.' Biden said 'yes' to me.

After the interview, the White House said there was no change in US policy, CBS News reported. Under this policy, the US believes that the issue of Taiwan should be resolved peacefully, but the policy does not specify whether US security forces can be sent in the event of a Chinese attack.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning, reacting to Biden's interview with CBS News, said on Monday that the US leader's remarks seriously violated the "one China" policy and three joint government circulars related to Taiwan. Is. Mao Ning said Biden's remarks seriously violated the US commitment not to support Taiwan's independence and sent a wrong signal to forces seeking Taiwan's independence.

The Chinese spokesman said, "China condemns it and strongly opposes it and we have started many representations in this regard." Mao said, "China is only one and Taiwan is part of it and the Republic of China (PRC) has The government is the only government representing the whole of China.

"We will strive for the possibility of peaceful integration with utmost sincerity and efforts," Mao said. In the meantime, we will not tolerate any activity aimed at dividing China and we reserve all options to take the necessary measures.'

"We urge the United States to fully understand the extremely important and highly sensitive nature of the Taiwan issue and to abide by the 'One China' principle and the three Joint Governing Circulars, not to support Taiwan's independence," he said. Seriously implement the commitment of the leadership.' Biden's statement comes at a time when Chinese President Xi Jinping's government has tried to threaten Taiwan by firing missiles into the sea and sending fighter jets to the nearby areas. Several political figures, including Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, have traveled to Taiwan, due to which tensions have increased.

Meanwhile, Taiwan's foreign ministry thanked Biden on Monday for "reaffirming the US government's firm commitment to the security of Taiwan".