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VN persists in "one-China" policy

VNGOP – Deputy FM Vũ Dũng reconfirmed on February 27 that Việt Nam consistently follows the “one-China” policy and that Taiwan is an inseparable part of China and the Government of the People’s Republic of China is the sole legitimate government representing the whole of China.

02/28/2008 07:11

The diplomat made the statement while responding the question of the Chinese News Agency (Xinhua) on Taiwan’s recent announcement to hold a referendum on March 22, 2008 on its admission to the United Nations under the name Taiwan.

“Việt Nam only maintains and develops its non-governmental economic and cultural relationship with Taiwan,” said Deputy FM Dũng.

He added that Việt Nam protests Taiwan’s referendum on its admission to the United Nations under the name Taiwan.

“The Vietnamese Government and people always support China’s great cause of national unification and welcome efforts to improve the cross-Strait relations, thus contributing to maintaining peace and stability in the region,” the Vietnamese Deputy FM concluded.