Vietnam reaffirms adherence to ‘One China’ policy after Taiwan election

January 15, 2024

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reiterated Vietnam’s consistent stance to uphold the ‘One China’ policy and develop no state-level relations with Taiwan after the island’s leadership election results were announced on the weekend. Emphasizing its commitment to the 'One China' policy, Vietnam is steadfastly maintaining and fostering people-to-people and non-governmental relations with Taiwan in various sectors such as economics, trade, investment, science and technology, culture, and education, Hang stressed. It is essential to note that Vietnam has no intention of establishing state-level ties with the island, as highlighted by official statements. Before winning the election, Lai served as deputy to leader Tsai Ing-wen, whom he has succeeded. In a recent statement, the new Taiwanese leader vowed to maintain peace in the Taiwan Strait area and strengthen the island’s defense capability.

The source of this news is from Tuoi Tre News