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Tsina sinita si PBBM sa pagbati sa Taiwan pres-elect: ‘Read more books’

MANILA, Philippines – BINALAAN ng bansa ng Tsina ang Pilipinas na “not to play with fire” matapos na batiin ni Pangulong Ferdinand Marcos Jr. si Taiwan’s president-elect Lai Ching-te sa pagkapanalo nito sa katatapos lamang na halalan sa naturang bansa.

Sinabi ni Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning na ang China ay “strongly dissatisfied with and resolutely opposes these remarks,” tinukoy ang naging pagbati ni Pangulong Marcos kay Lai sa pagkapanalo nito sa katatapos lamang na presidential election.

“The relevant remarks of President Marcos constitute a serious violation of the One China principle and … a serious breach of the political commitments made by the Philippines to the Chinese side, and a gross interference in China’s internal affairs,” ayon kay Mao.

“China has lodged a strong protest with the Philippines at the earliest opportunity,” and summoned its ambassador “to give China a responsible explanation,” ayon pa rin kay Mao.

“We suggest that President Marcos read more books to properly understand the ins and outs of the Taiwan issue, so as to draw the right conclusions,” aniya pa rin.

Ipinatawag naman ng China ang Philippine ambassador to China ukol sa bagay na ito.

Sa Maynila, tinuran ng tagapagsalita ng Chinese Embassy na, “China strongly opposes such remarks, and has made immediate and solemn démarches to the Philippines from both Beijing and Manila.”

“There is but one China in the world, Taiwan is an inalienable part of China’s territory, and the government of the People’s Republic of China is the sole legal government representing the whole of China,” ayon pa rin sa tagapagsalita.

“Following the elections in Taiwan, the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs has issued a statement reaffirming the Philippines’ commitment to the one-China policy,” aniya pa rin sabay sabing “Relevant remarks by the Philippine leader are at odds with the one-China Principle and contradict the statement of the Philippine government, sending out erroneous signals to ‘Taiwan independence’ separatist forces,” sa tagapagsalita ng Chinese Embassy.

“We urge the Philippine side to earnestly abide by the one-China principle, stop the wrong words and deeds on Taiwan-related issues, prudently and properly handle the Taiwan-related issues,” lahad pa rin nito. Kris Jose

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