Taiwan congratulates Modi on election victory; Anti-China

Narendra Modi the Chinese Foreign Ministry, while congratulating the BJP and the National Democratic Alliance on their election victory, objected to the exchange of views between Taiwan President Lai Ching-te and Modi on the election results.

Lai Ching-te, who was elected Taiwan’s president last month, wrote on his X page on Wednesday, “My heartiest congratulations to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his election victory. We look forward to enhancing the fast-growing #Taiwan-#India partnership and expanding our cooperation in trade, technology and other fields to contribute to the peace and prosperity of the #IndoPacific,” he posted.

Responding to the news, Modi said, “Thank you Lai Sang-de for your kind greeting. I look forward to closer relations as we work towards a mutually beneficial economic and technological partnership,” he posted.

At a media briefing on Thursday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning said, responding to a question about the exchange between Modi and Lai Tsung-te, “First, there is no such thing as a ‘president’ of the Taiwan region.”

“Regarding your question, China opposes all forms of official communication between Taiwanese authorities and countries that have diplomatic relations with China. There is only one China in the world. “The people of Taiwan are an inalienable part of the territory of the Republic of China,” Mao Ning said.

“The one-China policy is a universally recognized norm in international relations and a prevailing consensus in the international community,” said Mao Ning, adding, “India has made serious political commitments to it and must recognize, be wary of, and oppose the political calculations of the Taiwan authorities. China opposes India to this.” reported,” he said.

India maintains diplomatic relations with China China opposes all forms of official communication between Taiwanese officials and countries that have diplomatic relations with China. Mao Ning said that this position is very clear and India knows it very well.

India and Taiwan do not have formal diplomatic relations, but Delhi adheres to the One China Policy. Both sides have centered relations on trade, culture and education. Details of the relationship, now in its third decade, have been kept deliberately low-key, given China’s sensitivities.

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