Without 1992 Consensus, no cross-Strait dialogue: spokesperson
A Chinese mainland spokesperson on Wednesday rejected the possibility of dialogues between the mainland and Taiwan without the prerequisite of adhering to the 1992 Consensus.
Zhu Fenglian, a spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, made the remarks at a press conference, urging the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) authority in Taiwan to bear in mind the well-being of the Taiwan compatriots and recognize the 1992 Consensus.
The DPP authority should stop colluding with foreign forces, stop making provocative moves to seek "Taiwan independence," and improve cross-Strait relations with real actions, Zhu said.
Zhu stressed that the Taiwan question is within China's internal affairs and allows no external interference.
"The motherland must be reunified, and will surely be reunified," she said, expressing hope that the Taiwan compatriots will follow the tide of history and work together with the mainland toward the bright prospects of national rejuvenation and reunification.
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