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Latest Updated by 2006-09-01 11:45:39
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Taiwan peaceful reunification stressed

China's top legislator Wu Bangguo said Thursday that the Chinese government had been making unremitting efforts in promoting the development of relations across the Taiwan Straits and their peaceful reunification under the guidance of the policy of "Peaceful reunification" and "One Country, Two Systems", and would continue to adhere to that policy in resolving the Taiwan issue.

While delivering a speech in Brazil's parliament, Wu Bangguo, chairman of China's National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, said that the Chinese government's significant endeavors in line with that policy had broken the long-time isolation state between the Mainland and Taiwan at the end of 1987, and since then had boosted the peaceful and steady development of cross-Straits relations.

Wu noted that the Chinese government had never thought that peaceful reunification involved one side knocking over the other. It meant the achievement of reunification through equal consultation.

Through consultation, the Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits, from the Mainland, and the Straits Exchange Foundation from Taiwan, in November 1992 reached the 1992 Consensus which reflected the One-China Policy.

In April 1993, the two organizations held the successful Wan-Koo Talks, a key and historical step in the development of relations across the Straits. In 2005, the Chinese government invited party leaders from Taiwan to visit the Chinese mainland. The two sides exchanged views on a wide range of issues concerning how to improve their relations and they reached consensus on many of them.

Wu expressed his heartfelt thanks towards Latin American countries for their persistent support of China's national reunification aspirations and hoped they could continue to support the Chinese people's efforts to oppose and contain the separatist activities of "Taiwan Independence" groups in a bid to realize China's reunification.

Wu arrived in the Brazilian capital on Tuesday for a four-day official visit. Brazil is the first leg of his three-nation Latin American tour, which will also take him to Uruguay and Chile.

Editor: Yan

By: Source: China View website
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