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Hu praises New Party for positive contribution to cross-Straits ties
Updated: 2005-07-12 20:28

Hu Jintao, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), said here Tuesday that the New Party has made positive contributions to improving the relations across the Taiwan Straits.

"It's very praiseworthy for them to do so and we very much appreciate their efforts," said Hu when meeting with a visiting delegation of the Taiwan based New Party headed by chairman Yok Mu-ming in the Great Hall of the People.

Hu said that the New Party is one of Taiwan's important political forces that can't be ignored.

The New Party has always stuck to the One-China position and opposed "Taiwan independence" and upheld the great banners of national ethos, opposing splitting Taiwan from the Chinese territory and standing for peaceful reunification of the nation, said Hu.

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