Nancy Pelosi in Taiwan: “A stab in the back” for the Chinese ambassador to France

Nancy Pelosi in Taiwan: “A stab in the back” for the Chinese ambassador to France

Earlier this week, the leader of the US deputies Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan, against the wishes of China, which claims the territory. Since then, relations between the two countries seem to be at an all-time low. For its part, China has deployed important military maneuvers around Taiwan. In this context, Lu Shaye, Chinese ambassador to France, returned to the topic at the microphone of Europe 1.

“This visit violates the one China principle”

“There are three common communiqués between China and the United States, and the first concerns bilateral relations between the two countries: the Americans have committed to recognizing the government of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) as the sole legal government of China. In this context, the United States can only maintain unofficial relations with Taiwan,” he explained.

“Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan is not unofficial. His visit is at odds with the commitment of the Americans and it has violated the one China principle, which is a universal consensus and a fundamental norm governing international relations. Before his visit, China asked the Americans to cancel this visit several times, that’s why we are very shocked,” added the Chinese ambassador to France.

“This visit is a stab in the back. President Xi Jinping had reminded during his call with Joe Biden that the will of the Chinese people is inviolable and that those who play with fire will pay with fire. This is a serious provocation,” he says.

“China is ready for anything”

As for the question of a possible referendum to decide Taiwan’s independence, Lu Shaye considers that “if we have to do one, we have to do it throughout China. The future of Taiwan must be decided by the entire population.”From now on, what worries the world is the possibility of a war. On this point, Lu Shaye is clear: “China is ready for anything. Who wants peace is preparing for war”, although according to him, “this war would not target the people of Taiwan but the secessionist forces for Taiwan’s independence and the foreign anti-Chinese forces that support them. War preparation is a way of deterring these forces from crossing the red line”.

The Chinese ambassador also returned to the country’s relations with France and the support shown by Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who called Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan a “provocation”. “I really appreciate the words of Jean-Luc Mélenchon and I wonder why in France, there are few people who criticize Nancy Pelosi’s provocation. We must criticize this American provocation. France must take a more equitable position on this issue. China is a victim in this case,” he concluded.


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