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|Thursday, March 15, 2001, updated at 09:36(GMT+8)|
Chinese Government Opposed to Collusion of Taiwan and Tibet Splittists
In response to questions raised at a press conference sponsored by the current fourth session of the Ninth National People's Congress on Wednesday, Raidi, deputy secretary of the Tibet Autonomous Regional Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, said that Taiwan and Tibet are both inseparable parts of China.
Raidi said nobody, no matter who he is, is allowed to split the motherland at any time and in any form.
He said, it is the common aspiration of the Chinese people to safeguard national unity and to realize the complete reunification of the motherland. "Any attempt against this historical trend is doomed to failure," Raidi said.
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