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FM on UN Rejection of Taiwan's 'Representation' Proposal

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Kong Quan said in Beijing early Thursday that facts have shown Taiwan, as part of China, is not qualified at all to join in the United Nations which is made up of sovereign countries.

Kong made the remark on the latest rejection of a proposal on the so-called Taiwan's "representation" in the United Nations.

In the early morning (Beijing Time) of Sept. 16, the General Committee of the 59th Session of the UN General Assembly refused to put such a proposal on the agenda of the session.

Since 1993, the Taiwan authority has goaded annually a small handful of countries to raise such proposals to the UN General Assembly, but those proposals all ended in failure, the spokesman said.

Any actions breaching the tenet of the UN Charter and the Resolution 2758 of the UN General Assembly, or challenging the one-China principle universally acknowledged by the international community will absolutely not supported by the vast majority of UN member countries, and will not be consented by the 1.3 billion Chinese including the compatriots in Taiwan, Kong said.

"The Taiwan authority should stop such political tricks and come back to the one-China principle," Kong said.

(Xinhua News Agency September 16, 2004)

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