China slams Czech visit to Taiwan — Analysis

Beijing urges Prague to stop sending wrong signals for separatist forces in the island.

The Czech Republic is damaging its ties with Beijing and violating China’s sovereignty by sending an official delegation to Taiwan, the Chinese embassy in Prague has said.

Beijing “firmly opposes”You can visit the following: “Taiwan is an inalienable part of China’s territory,”The statement was made by the Embassy on Sunday.

The arrival of a group consisting of prominent Senator Jiri Draphos and other Czech businessmen is planned for later that day on the autonomous island. China never declared it independent.

Prague has made the move “a serious violation of China’s national sovereignty and territorial integrity,”These inflict “serious damage”According to the statement, it addresses relations between China (China) and Czech Republic.

China’s Embassy urged Czech Republic to “abide by its official commitment to the One China policy and immediately stop sending wrong signals to the ‘Taiwan independence’ separatist forces.”

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Drahos said to Taiwanese media a few days back that he was excited about strengthening cooperation between Taiwanese and Czech Republic in the areas of epidemic prevention and semiconductors.

The senator referred to the tensions surrounding the island after it was visited last month by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. She insisted that China must know where the democratic world stands for Taiwan.

The European countries won’t be sending weapons to Taipei. However, they have reached a common agreement to strengthen relations with Taipei in soft power areas, such as science and culture, to enhance its international visibility.

Drahos suggested Drahos that there are no chances of Taiwan engaging in a similar military conflict to one between Russia and Ukraine. “relatively pragmatic”They would not employ force to take the island back under their control.

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