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Xi Jinping vows 'peaceful reunification' with Taiwan


Leaving nothing to doubt china's president xi Jinping says: peaceful reunification with Taiwan will be and can be realized. He was speaking at the commemoration of the 110th anniversary of the qin revolution, which ended imperial rule in China.    Xi Jinping warns that everyone will suffer if unification does not happen further, emphasizing how china has a glorious tradition of opposing separatism. The Taiwan's independence is the Biggest Obstacle to the motherland's reunification and a grave danger to national rejuvenation. Those who forget their heritage betray the motherland and seek to split the country will come to no good end and they will be spawned by the people and condemned by history. The Chinese president also sent out a strong message to the united states of America. Mincing no words, he says that Beijing won't tolerate any interference In Taiwan. Remember Pentagon officials confirmed that u. s special operations forces have been quietly training Taiwanese troops for months. The Taiwan issue is purely china's internal affair and no outside interference is allowed. No one should underestimate the Chinese people's determination and strong ability to defend national sovereignty and territorial integrity with tensions hitting a new high between Taipei and Beijing. Taiwan's defense, minister, has said the tensions with China are at their worst. In 40 long years, president xi jinping's call for unification comes just a day before Taiwan's national day, which is celebrated on the 10th of October xi, Jinping wants to see unification occur under the one country, two system principle, which is similar to that of hong kong. However, Taiwan's presidential office has made it very clear in Rejecting one country and two systems. In a separate statement, Taiwan urged China to abandon its provocative steps of intrusion, harassment, and destruction. Taipei further said that its future rests in the hands of its own people. Taiwan and China split in 1949, amid a civil war, and since then Taiwan has been self-ruled.

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