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UPDATED: 14:31, October 25, 2004
US opposes any action towards "Taiwan independence", says Powell
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US Secretary of State Colin Powell emphasized, during his China tour, that the United States will unswervingly pursue the one-China policy and oppose any action aiming at "Taiwan independence".

Powell valued the positive role China has played in many crucial international issues including anti-terrorism and Darfur disputes.

China's constructive role in anti-terrorism and Darfur issues has always been highly valued, he said.

Regarding the bilateral relations, Powell said in the past four years, the US-China relationship has seen great development on the basis of mutual respect and cooperation, and the two countries have maintained close exchanges at many different levels.

President Bush and the US Administration have placed great emphasis on the development of mutual benefit and cooperation, said Powell.

China is the second leg of Powell's Asia tour, which also includes Japan and the Republic of Korea.


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