MOSCOW: In the event that peaceful reunification with the island is not possible, China will use all necessary measures, including the use of force, as a "last resort" to respond to provocations by those supporting Taiwan's separatism. reserves the right.
The State Council Information Office of China and the Office of Taiwan Affairs collaborated to produce and publish the report titled "The Taiwan Question and China's Reunification in the New Era". Beijing often releases white papers that clarify its position on a number of important issues.
The White Book states that China will not tolerate any interference in the Taiwan issue as it is a domestic matter that affects both China's interests and the sentiments of the Chinese people.
According to the document, appropriate action will be taken against the separatist activity of outside forces and will not be directed against Taiwan's compatriots in any way.
According to the document, the reunification of China and Taiwan will not hurt the interests of other countries, including their economic ones on the island.
The White Book emphasizes that after reunification, all interested nations may continue to build economic and cultural ties with Taiwan and may, with the consent of the Chinese government, be able to establish their embassies and other official or semi-official institutions on the island. will be able , The same is true for global businesses and organizations.
The document states that the level of economic development in Taiwan is already very high and that after reunification, arrangements for economic cooperation between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait will proceed. It is also stated that Taiwan's economy will be able to grow more actively due to unrestricted access to the mainland China market, as well as stable production and supply chains.
The important point is that Beijing promised to uphold the social structure, lifestyle, private property, religious beliefs and legal rights of Taiwan's citizens.
Following the recent visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taipei, the situation in Taiwan's territory worsened. China opposes any direct official foreign contact with Taiwan because it considers the island to be part of its territory.
Taiwan's reunification with China is historically inevitable, and according to Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, any attempt to use Taiwan to engage China is doomed to failure. As a result, China will make no room for forces supporting Taiwan's independence.