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UPDATED: 16:32, July 23, 2004
DPRK "Rodong Sinmun" denounces US violation of "One China" promise
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"Rodong Sinmun", the organ of the Central Committee of Korean Workers Party published a signed article, denouncing US open inference with China's internal affairs concerning Taiwan Issue. It remarks that US practice goes against the "One China" principle it has promised.

Quoting a report from a foreign media, the article says that, American President Bush has signed a document of the US State Department on supporting the participation of Taiwan in the World Health Organization (WHO). And the American government has recently discussed the plan of selling a lot of weapons to Taiwan.

The article says that it is the long-cherished hope of the entire Chinese people to reunify the motherland, and Taiwan is an integral part of China, and Chinese government has made unremitting efforts to defend the country's sovereignty and territory integrity on the basis of "peaceful reunification, one country, two systems".However, the USA at one time supports the "One China" principle in words, while at another sends wrong signals to the"Taiwan independence"force.

The article points out that, American's practice is a wanton inference with China's internal affairs, and this kind of "double-face"trick has seriously violated the spirits of the three Sino-US Joint Communiques, and also goes against the promise the US has made in opposing "Taiwan's Independence."

By People's Daily Online

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