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China: Election Does Not Change Fact That Taiwan Is Chinese

China: Election Does Not Change Fact That Taiwan Is Chinese
Current Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen at the Democratic Progressive Party camp celebrating the victory of Lai Ching-te as the future president of Taiwan at the 2024 Presidential Election, Taipei, Taiwan, January 13, 2024. (AP)

Tuesday, 16 January 2024 10:40 PM EST

China's Taiwan Affairs Office said on Wednesday that the result of Taiwan's election does not change the fact that the island is Chinese.

The election outcome cannot stop the trend towards "reunification," spokesperson Chen Binhua told a regular news conference in Beijing.

Taiwan's government rejects China's sovereignty claims. 

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China's Taiwan Affairs Office said Wednesday that the result of Taiwan's election does not change the fact that the island is Chinese. The election outcome cannot stop the trend towards "reunification," spokesperson Chen Binhua told a regular news conference in ...
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