That's enough, US! -China

 China urged the United States today to stop improving relations with Taiwan, after Washington and Taipei announced they would hold economic talks this month, which the Taiwanese government described as a key milestone in relations between the two countries.


This is because China considers democratically ruled Taiwan as its own province having no right to formalize relations with other countries, and there are concerns that it will increase U.S. support for the island, including the sale of new weapons and a visit to Taipei by officials right US.


Meanwhile, the Taiwanese government has revealed that they will send a small delegation to Washington, led by Deputy Economic Affairs Minister Chen Chern-chy for the inaugural US-Taiwan Economic Partnership Dialogue Dialogue on November 20.


In addition, US Secretary of State Keith Krach is rumored to have invited Chinese anger during a visit to Taipei last September.


According to Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin, they said they were opposed to any formal exchange between Washington and Taipei.



Therefore, China urges the United States to stop all official exchanges or contracts with Taiwan and stop improving their relations.


However, the Taiwan Foreign Ministry praised the negotiations to be held by the two countries. According to him, the talks show that Taiwan and the United States will develop closer and broader cooperation under the sharing of their global economic strategies.


Although US President Donald Trump is a popular figure in Taiwan because of his administrative support for the island, the Taipei government has acted to reassure its citizens that President-elect Joe Biden will continue to support him.


He added that there is a possibility that there will be changes in the US government, but he is confident that the development of Taiwan-US relations will continue.