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Trump signs law on strengthening relations with Taiwan

Source : 112 Ukraine

People’s Republic of China believes that this law contradicts with One-China police, which is officially supported by the USA, and will worsen the situation in the region
12:53, 17 March 2018

Reuters

Trump signed a law which allows visit exchange of official delegations with Taiwan, Reuters reports.

The law provides a plea for strengthening of relations with Taiwan. People’s Republic of China believes that this law contradicts with One-China police, which is officially supported by the USA, and will worsen the situation in the region.

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China expressed protest against Donald Trump in December of 2016 due to the fact, that newly-elected U.S. President had a phone conversation with the leader of Taiwan. Beijing considered this a violation of One-China policy, as Chinese authorities do not acknowledge Taiwan’s independence. Later, Chine claimed its discontent with military co-operation between Washington and Taipei.

Besides, after a phone talk with Chinese Xi Jinping Trump stated that American-Chinese relations improved. He also supported the One-China policy in the course of the conversation with China. Later, it was reported that USA is preparing missile supply to Taiwan. 

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