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World Lead 1-China summons the Ambassador of Japan after Abe on Taiwan

08:15  02 december  2021
08:15  02 december  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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China - Taiwan / Japan (Lead 1): Lead 1-China summons the Ambassador of Japan after ABE's comments on Taiwan

(adds Japan reaction)

Shanghai, December 2nd (Reuters) - The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs convened the Ambassador of Japan in Beijing for an "emergency meeting" Wednesday night after the former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo ABE said that neither his country nor the United States could remain without reacting if China attacked Taiwan.

At the meeting with the Japanese ambassador, Hideo Tarumi, the Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister Hua Chunying, described the remarks of Shinzo Abe of "erroneous" and violating fundamental standards of relations between China and Japan, according to a statement from the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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The comments of Shinzo Abe "deliver the sovereignty of China and bring a shameless support to the independence forces of Taiwan," said Hua Chunying.

"China opposes it resolutely", was it indicated in the statement.

The Secretary General of the Japanese Government, Hirokazu Matsuno, said Tokyo disapproved the reaction of Beijing, the Japanese executive is not in a position to comment on the remarks made by a person who was not part of the government.

"Ambassador Tarumi said it was necessary for China to understand that some Japanese have such opinions and that Japan can not accept China's unilateral views on these issues," he has declared.

Wednesday, at a virtual forum organized by a Taiwanese reflection circle, Shinzo Abe said that an armed invasion of Taiwan would be a serious danger for Japan.

Shinzo Abe, who left his prime minister last year, is at the head of the greatest faction of the Liberal-Democratic Party (PLD) in power and remains influential within the party. (Report Josh Horwitz, French version Camille Raynaud)

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This is interesting!