China appoints ambassador to Japan

China appoints ambassador to Japan

IIn the dispute over Taiwan, China called the Japanese ambassador. As Beijing’s foreign ministry announced on Thursday, the country was responding to a comment by former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who publicly stated that when China invaded the island republic of Taiwan, Japan and the United States America will not stand.

Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Hua Chunying described Abs’ remarks during a meeting with Ambassador Shui Hideo on Wednesday evening as “irresponsible” and a “brutal intrusion” into China’s internal affairs, according to a statement from the Chinese Foreign Ministry. did. Japan should not underestimate the “determination and strength of the Chinese people”.

Abe had earlier said during a video speech at a Taiwanese think tank event that the emergency in Taiwan would also be seen as an emergency for the US-Japanese coalition. Beijing should not misunderstand this. Abe also said that if China attacked Taiwan it would itself cause serious economic losses.

China views democratic Taiwan, which broke away from the mainland in 1949, as a separate province rather than an independent state, and is trying to achieve reunification. The People’s Republic rejects any form of formal relations between other countries and the island republic.

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