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I advise British politicians not to play with fire on the Taiwan issue

I advise British politicians not to play with fire on the Taiwan issue

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A spokesman for the Chinese embassy in the UK said British politicians had compared the Taiwan issue to the Ukraine crisis and called on the UK to strengthen security and support for Taiwan, which shows a serious ignorance of their truth and history. Their arrogance reveals a great danger and a conspiracy to undermine China’s unity, so the Chinese side strongly opposes and condemns it.

This was in response to a question from a reporter when Taiwan’s support for democracy was discussed in the House of Lords Grand Committee.

There is only one China in the world, and Taiwan is an inseparable part of China’s territory, and China’s policy is the global consensus of the international community and the standard for recognized international relations, and it is a political basis and important. A role model for developing and establishing diplomatic relations with all countries of the world, including the United Kingdom.

He stressed that since the Taiwan issue is entirely related to China’s internal affairs and the fundamental interests of the Chinese government, we will not allow foreign intervention, and no one should underestimate the insistence, stability and sovereignty and strong potential of the Chinese people. The regional integrity of their homeland.

Commenting on the Taiwan affair, he said, “We advise the concerned British politicians not to play with fire, to stop political maneuvers against China, to stop interfering in China’s internal affairs, to follow the Chinese policy of the London government and not to send anyone. False signals to the separatist forces.” In Taiwan, handle issues related to Taiwan carefully and correctly.

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