Taiwan Receives Invitation to Participate in Democracy Summit Hosted by United States.

A White House spokesman said the United States invited Taiwan to attend the summit “in the name of democracy” as part of an informal relationship between Washington and Taipei.

The official explained that the invitation of Taiwan comes within the framework of informal relations between the two countries and the unchanging US policy in the context of “one China”.

The official added that Taiwan has been invited to the first-of-its-kind summit in 2021.

On Wednesday, the United States, in partnership with Zambia, Costa Rica, the Netherlands, and South Korea, will launch its second Democracy Summit, which invites representatives from 120 countries to “demonstrate progress towards agreements to build more resilient democracies.” “, as well as “make new promises” of prosperity and the protection of freedoms.

For her part, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning on Tuesday called on the United States to stop interfering in the internal affairs of other countries, to pursue ideological lines, to stir up division in the world, and to desecrate and violate the spirit of democracy.

Beijing stressed that today the world should avoid creating divisions in the name of democracy and work to strengthen solidarity and cooperation based on the principles of the United Nations Charter.

Source: News

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