China News Service, June 9th. In response to the inappropriate remarks made by Kuomintang Chairman Zhu Lilun during his visit to the United States, Ma Xiaoguang, a spokesman for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, responded to inquiries on the 9th, saying that Taiwan is part of China, and cross-strait affairs are family affairs of compatriots on both sides of the strait. It should be discussed by the family members, and there is no need for fake hands outsiders.
A reporter asked: During his visit to the United States, Kuomintang Chairman Zhu Lilun said that the Kuomintang is a pro-American political party that "continues to fight against communism and compete with the CCP for values and systems", adding that the "1992 Consensus" is like the one-China policy of the United States. "Consensus without consensus" is "creative ambiguity".
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In this regard, Ma Xiaoguang said that Taiwan is a part of China, and cross-strait affairs are family affairs of compatriots on both sides of the strait, which should be handled by family members through consultation, and no fake hands are needed.
Ma Xiaoguang said that the Communist Party of China is a political party that regards the pursuit of happiness for the Chinese people and the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation as its original mission. It has gone through a glorious history of a hundred years, and has achieved great achievements that are splendid in history and recognized by the world. The Chinese nation is welcoming It has made a great leap from standing up, becoming rich to becoming strong, and is striding forward with high spirits towards the second centenary goal of building a great modern socialist country in an all-round way.
The people and history have made the right judgment.
Ma Xiaoguang pointed out that the "1992 Consensus" was the consensus reached by the ARATS and the Taiwan SEF through Hong Kong talks in 1992 and their subsequent correspondence and telegrams to verbally express "both sides of the Taiwan Strait adhere to the one-China principle". It clearly stated the position and attitude of adhering to the one-China principle and pursuing national unity, in black and white.
On the basis of the "1992 Consensus", the two sides of the strait have initiated consultations and negotiations, opening up a path for the peaceful development of cross-strait relations. The Communist Party of China and the Chinese Kuomintang have also carried out exchanges and cooperation, making contributions to promoting the peaceful development of cross-strait relations and maintaining peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait. .
The "1992 Consensus" cannot be arbitrarily distorted.
At present, the situation in the Taiwan Strait is complex and severe, and the cross-strait relations are becoming increasingly tense.
It is hoped that any political parties, groups and people on the island who are committed to developing cross-strait relations and maintaining peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait will keep a clear head, grasp the right direction, take a long-term perspective, and stand on the right side of history on major issues involving national justice, right and wrong, etc. , not the other way around.Keywords: