China News Service, May 26. The Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council held a regular press conference on the 26th. Spokesperson Zhu Fenglian said that the heads of the Shanghai Medical and Health Development Foundation and the Jiangsu Cross-Strait Cultural Exchange Promotion Association have respectively stated that they are willing to provide information to the majority of Taiwan. Compatriots donated a batch of new coronary pneumonia vaccines, and I hope that relevant parties in Taiwan will remove obstacles to the delivery of these vaccines to Taiwan as soon as possible.
A reporter asked that the recent epidemic situation on the island has been severe, and some groups and people on the island have raised their hopes of obtaining vaccines from the mainland.
Please tell us whether the mainland has helped Taiwan's relevant agencies obtain mainland vaccines and related assistance through private channels?
Zhu Fenglian said that yesterday, the heads of the Shanghai Medical and Health Development Foundation and the Jiangsu Cross-Strait Cultural Exchange Promotion Association respectively expressed their willingness to donate a batch of new crown pneumonia vaccines to Taiwan compatriots to help alleviate their urgent needs and help them strengthen epidemic prevention.
We support this and will actively assist, and we hope that the relevant parties in Taiwan will remove the obstacles to the delivery of these vaccines to Taiwan as soon as possible.
Another media quoted Taiwan media reports to ask questions. Some DPP officials stated that the mainland used vaccines to "differentiate the united front" against Taiwan, and the public opinion has never been expressed through the existing cross-strait agreement mechanism to provide vaccines to Taiwan, nor has it been raised. Any application.
May I ask the spokesperson's comment on this?
Zhu Fenglian pointed out that in the past year, people have seen enough political rhetoric by some people on the island.
In the face of Taiwan compatriots’ urgent need for vaccines from the mainland, and the mainland’s willingness to do its utmost to provide assistance to the majority of Taiwan compatriots in the fight against the epidemic, in fact, we only need to answer clearly: the mainland vaccine approved by the WHO is still No?
To the majority of Taiwan compatriots who want to use the mainland vaccine as soon as possible, should they comply or ignore it?