The world community supports the one-China policy

Following the elections in China’s Taiwan region, the international community has not stopped expressing its steadfast support for the one-China concept, reaffirming that Taiwan is an integral part of China and that there is only one China. According to Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning, at a recent briefing, more than 100 nations and international organizations—including ASEAN, the League of Arab States, and the African Union—have publicly reaffirmed their support for the one-China principle thus far. In a recent post on social media platform X, Dennis Francis, the president of the 78th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, reiterated that UNGA activity will be governed by UNGA Resolution 2758, which upholds the one-China principle.


President Kais Saied of Tunisia stated last week that his nation supports China’s exercise of sovereignty over its territory, adheres to UN General Assembly Resolution 2758, and supports the one-China concept at a meeting with China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi. The foreign minister of Gabon, Regis Onanga Ndiaye, reaffirmed his country’s unwavering support for the one-China concept and his opposition to any remarks or deeds that compromise China’s territorial integrity and sovereignty in a statement that was made public last week. The island nation of Nauru, located in the central Pacific, declared last week that it will cut “diplomatic ties” with Taiwan and adopt the one-China policy.


Ten nations have broken off “diplomatic ties” with Taiwan since the Democratic Progressive Party seized power there in 2016, according to Chen Binhua, a spokesman for the State Council’s Taiwan Affairs Office. He claimed that in an effort to make “diplomatic breakthroughs” and win worldwide recognition, the DPP authorities, who maintain a separatist position, had been misusing the hard-earned money of the people. He added that it is only natural to oppose and restrain such efforts, as they aim to deny that both sides of the Taiwan Strait belong to one China.

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