Beijing says there is “no room for compromise” on its sovereignty and territorial integrity
Beijing warned on Monday that it would take all necessary measures to protect its territorial integrity and urged Washington not to do so. “Devaluation” The determination of the Chinese people.
The rebuke came hours after US President Joe Biden promised to use military force to protect Taiwan if necessary. China considers Taiwan an integral part if it has territory.
“The Taiwan issue is a completely internal matter of China.” Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told reporters: “In touching on the core interests of China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, China has no room for compromise or concession.”
China has requested the United States “Comply sincerely” By “One China” The policy, under which the United States and other countries acknowledge that Beijing is led by China alone. The Chinese government will take over “Determined action” To protect its sovereignty and security interests, a ministry spokesman said.
“No one should underestimate the determination, strong will and determination of the Chinese people to safeguard national sovereignty.” He added.
Earlier Monday, Biden said Washington could intervene militarily in the conflict between China and Taiwan, calling it the United States. “Promise.” The president stressed that the United States adheres to the “one China” policy, but Beijing adheres to it “No Jurisdiction” That will allow it “Go in” And use force against Taiwan. Biden accuses Beijing of criticizing China’s growing stance on Taiwan “Flirting in danger.”
Taiwan has repeatedly accused China of violating its defense zone with military aircraft and warships. Beijing regularly flexes its military muscles near the island, buzzing it with large aircraft units and sending military ships.
The United States does not have formal diplomatic relations with Taiwan, but enjoys close military cooperation with the island, an issue that has long been a thorn in the side of US-China relations.
Monday marked the first time in nearly a century that a US president’s first official visit to Asia did not include a visit to China.
Taiwan has been self-governing since 1949, when remnants of the nationalist government fled the mainland after their defeat in the civil war, but did not formally declare independence from China.