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UPDATED: 08:26, March 16, 2005
Three Caribbean countries back China's anti-secession law
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Cuba, Venezuela and Dominica Monday expressed support for China's adoption of the anti-secession law.

The three countries said the legislation passed Monday by the Chinese National People's Congress is aimed at promoting China's national unification, safeguarding regional peace and stability and preventing Taiwan's secession from China.

The law is fully in accordance with the basic principles of the UN Charter, the three countries said, adding that they will stick to the "one-China" principle and support China's efforts in achieving territorial integrity and national reunification.

Enrique Urquidi, President of the Andean Parliament comprising representatives of the National Congresses of Andean countries that coordinates legislation of member countries, said Monday in a statement that China's anti-secession Law is conducive to regional security and stability and is the legal representation of Chinese nation's fundamental interests.

Source: Xinhua

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