Mostly tense relations remain between China and its neighboring countries. Be it India or Japan. China’s attitude towards Taiwan is aggressive. He also does not hesitate to warn countries that support Taiwan. India’s stand on China and Taiwan issue is neutral. Therefore, China has urged India to support the ‘One-China Policy’ by not supporting the island country. India has maintained only trade and cultural ties with Taiwan. Since 2008, India has stopped referring to the One China policy in official statements and joint declarations after China claimed the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh.
Wang Xiaojian, spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in India said that there is only one China in the world. Taiwan is an inseparable part of China and the government of the People’s Republic of China is the only legal government representing the whole of China. According to UN General Assembly Resolution 2758, Taiwan is part of China and there is no such thing as ‘two China’ or ‘one China, one Taiwan’. He said that the principle of ‘one-China’ has become the consensus of the international community.
China advised Indian media
The Chinese spokesperson said that it is urged that Indian officials adhere to the one-China principle and stop any official exchanges with Taiwan. He said that the Indian media should take a right stand on issues of core interest related to China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, and not provide a platform for ‘Taiwan independence’. Currently, tensions between China and the US are at their peak regarding Taiwan.
America collecting gunpowder in Taiwan
Tensions escalated in August when US Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi and several US officials and lawmakers visited Taiwan after her. America is not only openly supporting Taiwan against China but is also strengthening its hands militarily. The US plans that Taiwan has such a large amount of ammunition and weapons that it can withstand China’s attack for a long time without American help.