New Delhi: The Chinese embassy in India raised strong protests against WION’s media reports and a recent interview with Taiwanese authorities’ foreign affairs chief Joseph Wu. It said that WION’s provision of a platform for Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) authoritarian separatist activities ignores the longstanding position of the Indian government.
In a statement, the embassy urged WION not to violate Japan’s Chinese principles by adhering to the Indian government’s stance on Taiwan issues and providing a platform for those with’illegal motives’.
“There is only one China in the world, and the Government of the People’s Republic of China is the only legitimate government representing all of China. Taiwan is a non-transferable part of Chinese territory. This fact is recognized as a UN resolution and constitutes a universal consensus. All countries with diplomatic relations with China should firmly respect the commitment to Japanese policy, which is also the official position of the Indian government, the Chinese embassy said in a statement.
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“Every attempt to expand the’international space’ through relations with China and other countries will fail. China’s red line on the Taiwan issue cannot be challenged.”
“We ensure that WION does not violate the single Chinese principle by taking an accurate and objective stance on China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity issues, adhering to the Indian government’s position on Taiwan issues, and providing a platform for unmotivated people I urge you.” Read more.
In an exclusive interview with WION’s editor-in-chief Palki Sharma, Taiwan’s Foreign Minister Joseph Wu expressed concern that China could invade China as the Xi Jinping regime attempted to destabilize the region. Joseph Wu told WION that he believes the United States will help Taiwan if China launches an attack, and that his country is ready to defend itself.
Wu has spoken amid deteriorating relations with Taiwan and China over the past few months.
The Taiwanese government recently announced that diplomats were hospitalized in a fight with two Chinese diplomats who were forced to enter the Taiwan representative office in Fiji during the national holiday event.