Chinese Foreign Minister Wang said strong action will be taken against “foreign interference” in Taiwan

China: We will take strong steps against foreign intervention

In his speech to the participants at the 77th General Assembly of the United Nations (UN), Vang said that only when China is fully united can there be real peace in the Taiwan Strait.

Stating that the Beijing administration will “take the strongest steps to oppose foreign intervention,” Vang said, “The People’s Republic of China is the only government that represents the whole of China.” said.

Minister Wang stated that the One China principle has become a fundamental norm in international relations.

Whoever gets in the way of his resolve to unite with Ada “will be crushed by the wheels of history,” Wang said. used the phrase.

Meanwhile, the Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, an island country in the Caribbean, Ralph Gonsalves, in his speech at the General Assembly some time before Vang, referred to the permission of Taiwan to increase its appearance in international organizations such as the World Health Organization.

Claiming that Taiwan is part of its territory, China opposes any steps that could lead to the de facto independence of the island gaining international status.