The EU urges dialogue to reduce the risks for Taiwan

The EU urges dialogue to reduce the risks for Taiwan

The European Union called on Wednesday for tensions over U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan to be resolved through dialogue and for communication channels to remain open. communication with China to avoid calculation errors.

“The EU has an interest in preserving peace and the ‘status quo’ in the Taiwan Strait,” said a person representing the 27-nation bloc.

“We encourage a peaceful resolution of the issues across the Taiwan Strait. Tensions must be resolved through dialogue. Proper channels of communication must be maintained to reduce the risks of miscalculation.”

The spokesman for the European Commission stated that the EU has “a clear one China policy”, which recognizes the Government of the People’s Republic of China as the only legal Government of China, while maintaining “friendly relations and close cooperation with Taiwan”.

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