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Putin said that “China does not need to use force to reunify Taiwan.” A sentence aroused their interpretation-BBC News

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said that China “does not need to use force” to achieve the goal of reunifying Taiwan. His statement has attracted a lot of attention and different interpretations.

Putin made these remarks during a conversation with the host of the National Broadcasting Corporation Business Channel (CNBC) Hadley Gamble at the Russian Energy Week conference in Moscow this week.

What did Putin say?

Putin said in the CNBC interview that Xi Jinping’s (recent) speech mentioned the possibility of peaceful reunification, as well as China‘s “national philosophy”, “I don’t see military threats.”

When attending the 110th anniversary of the 1911 Revolution, Chinese leader Xi Jinping said that China will adhere to the basic policy of “peaceful reunification, one country, two systems” and the “one China principle and the 1992 consensus” to promote the peaceful development of cross-strait relations and realize the history of the reunification of the motherland. Task.

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