China on Taiwan: ‘External interference’ won’t be tolerated

China’s foreign minister: “Only when China is fully reunified can there be true peace across the Taiwan Strait” China regularly and vehemently defends its claim to Taiwan, which separated from the mainland after a 1949 civil war. The language, while pointed, reflected China’s typical intensity about the island; its claim seldom goes unmentioned in major international speeches. Wang’s appearance at the leaders’ meeting was a signal that the speech was not necessarily a significant one. China views U.S. criticism as hypocritical and an act of interference in its internal affairs.

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