Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu said in Beijing on Thursday morning that the decision of the General Committee of the 62nd session of the UN General Assembly not to include the so-called issue of "Taiwan's participation in the United Nations," into the agenda of the General Assembly again showed that no one can change the fact that Taiwan is an inalienable part of Chinese territories.
The UNGA decided on Wednesday not to include the so-called issue of "Taiwan's participation in the United Nations," raised by the Solomon Islands and a very few other countries, into the agenda of the General Assembly.
"This again shows that any act that is against the UN Charter and Resolution 2758 will gain no support by the broad member states of the UN, and that any attempt to challenge the one-China policy and split China will doom to fail," said Jiang.
Since 1993, the General Assembly has for the 15th consecutive time thwarted Taiwan's attempt to join the world body composed of sovereign states.
(Xinhua News Agency September 20, 2007)