Wang Yi warns of 'high price' in defying China's one-principle

The World: Wang Yi warns of ‘high price’ in defying China’s one-principle

Last updated on September 11th, 2021 at 08:31 am

Those who attempt to venture the one-China principle on the Taiwan question are making themselves enemies of the 1.4 billion Chinese humans and will have to pay a heavy fee for their moves, said Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Monday. 

Wang, who is on a go to to Germany, made the remarks when answering a question about Czech Senate Speaker Milos Vystrcil’s recent go to to Taiwan. 

Calling the go to a provocation, Wang harassed that Taiwan is an inseparable phase of China and China will now not sit down with the aid of idly.

Vystrcil is main a delegation of about ninety people, together with Prague Mayor Zdenek Hrib, to visit the southeast China island from August 30 to September 4 with a “trade mission.” 

On Saturday, the Chinese embassy in the Czech Republic expressed strong opposition to the visit. 

The senate speaker is seriously interfering in China’s internal affairs and infringing on China’s countrywide sovereignty and territorial integrity, stated the embassy spokesperson, warning Vystrcil’s cross has violated the basic norms of worldwide relations and bilateral political commitments. 

The spokesperson also entreated the Czech facet to abide via the one-China principle and take concrete moves to protect the standard scenario of China-Czech relations.

Earlier, Chinese Ambassador to the Czech Republic Zhang Jianmin additionally warned of feasible penalties as a end result of the trip.

China-Czech ties have been challenged with the aid of positive politicians who violate the one-China principle and international rules, Zhang stated in an interview with local newspaper Halo noviny.

Such a behavior sacrifices the pursuits of Czech corporations and human beings and harms the pragmatic cooperation between the two sides, he added.