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More Countries Back China's Anti-Secession Law

More countries have expressed support for the Anti-Secession Law passed by China's legislature, saying the law is conducive to peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait.


Saint Lucia's Foreign Ministry said in a statement Thursday that the new law is aimed at opposing the Taiwan secessionist forces, promoting peaceful reunification of China and maintaining peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait.


The Saint Lucian government will continue to support China's efforts in achieving peaceful reunification of the country, the statement said.


On the same day, Georgia's Foreign Ministry reaffirmed its commitment to the one-China policy, saying secessionism is intolerable anywhere in the world.


Georgia believes there is only one China in the world and Taiwan is an inalienable part of China, the ministry said in a statement. It is China's internal affair to resolve the Taiwan issue, it stressed.


Georgia has always been firm on its stand toward secessionism, that is, secessionism is not tolerable anywhere in the world, the statement said.


Georgia appreciates the goodwill the Chinese government has demonstrated in its proposal granting Taiwan broad autonomy within the framework of one China, it said.


Tanzania's Foreign Ministry presented a note to the Chinese Embassy in the country Wednesday, giving thumbs-up to China's enactment of the Anti-Secession Law.


Tanzania is convinced that in framing the law, China aims to solve the Taiwan issue peacefully, the note said.


Tanzania sticks to the one-China policy and opposes secessionism, the ministry said, adding that the country will continue to support without reservation China's every effort in pursuing a peaceful reunification of the nation.


(Xinhua News Agency March 26, 2005)


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