CHINA / Taiwan, HK, Macao

Taiwan's 'security report' hurts peace
Updated: 2006-05-31 13:28

The so-called "security report", released recently by the Taiwan authorities, exposed the regional leader's obstinate persistence of the "Taiwan independence" stance and damaged the cross-Strait peaceful development.

Li Weiyi, spokesman of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council. [newsphoto file]
The remark was made by Li Weiyi, spokesman of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council in Beijing on Wednesday at a regular press conference.

Li said the so-called "security report" systematically assembled the "Taiwan independence" separatist views of the regional leader, comprehensively slandered the mainland, and intentionally provoked the relationship between patriots across the Strait.

The release of the so-called "security report" also exposed the Taiwan regional leader's attempts to mislead the public, so as to alleviate Taiwan public's dissatisfaction on regional economy, people's livelihood and social affairs, said Li.
However, the report had been criticized and denounced by Taiwan public since its release, demonstrating that the regional leader's persistence to "Taiwan independence" and ignorance of Taiwanese mainstream aspiration for peaceful development of cross-Strait relations, Li said.

He said with the common endeavor of the patriots on the both sides the Taiwan Strait, the cross-Strait relations appeared good tendency of peaceful and stable development. Opposing "Taiwan independence" separatist forces and their activities, and maintaining the peace and stability of the cross-Strait relations are the common wishes of the compatriots across the Straits.

"We will make utmost efforts with the maximum sincerity to maintain and promote the peaceful development of the cross-Straits relations," he said.


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