US must correct mistakes on Taiwan after visit to Pelosi – official at Chinese embassy


WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The only way out of the crisis in US-China relations caused by a visit to Taiwan by President Nancy Pelosi is for the United States to rectify its mistakes immediately, a senior Chinese embassy official said in a statement. Washington Friday.

Jing Quan, a minister of the Chinese embassy in the United States, referred to the White House’s protest against the Chinese ambassador over Beijing’s military actions since Pelosi’s visit and said it was the United States that brought peace and stability. threatened.

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“It is the American side that is causing the unrest,” he told reporters during the briefing.

“The only way out of this crisis is for the US to take immediate steps to correct its mistakes and remove the dire consequences of Pelosi’s visit.”

He warned of escalating actions that jeopardize the US’s long-standing one-China policy and said Washington “must prevent China-US relations from falling on the dangerous path of conflict and confrontation”.

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(Reporting by Michael Martina and Doina Chiacu; editing by Chizu Nomiyama)


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