Foreign Ministry spokesman Kong Quan said here early
Thursday the latest rejection of a proposal on the so-called
Taiwan's "representation" in the United Nations
shows once again that one-China is the basic principle
generally observed by the international community.
On Sept. 18, the General
Committee of the 58th Session of the UN General Assembly
decided not to consider the so-called "Taiwan's
representation in the UN", which was put forth by
Gambia and a few other countries, in the agenda of the
current session, Kong Quan said.
It indicates the firm
determination of the vast majority of UN members to uphold
the UN Charter and the Resolution 2758 of the UN General
Assembly, he said.
is only one China in the world, and the Chinese mainland and
Taiwan belong to one China. The sovereignty and territorial
integrity of China cannot be severed," Kong said,
adding that to safeguard national unity is a matter
concerning the fundamental interests of the Chinese nation.
"All Chinese people,
including the 23 million compatriots in Taiwan, will not
agree to the actions of making 'two Chinas' or 'one China,
one Taiwan' in the international community," the