SG maintain its consistent “One China Policy” & opposes TW independence. Wang Yi & Vivian look forward full restoration of air connectivity...

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我国外交部长维文同中国外交部长王毅会面时,双方重申新中两国的紧密联系。

两人趁出席亚细安外长会议之便举行会谈时,也讨论两国进行双边高层交流的重要性。维文和王毅都期待全面恢复两国的航空互联互通,并在条件允许的情况下,恢复学生、旅游和商务交流。

双方就地区和国际形势,包括台海近期的事态发展交换意见。而新加坡都一贯明确地奉行一个中国政策,反对台独和任何改变现状的单边举动。

维文强调,有必要避免误判和意外事故的发生,这可能导致局势升级并破坏本区域的稳定。他希望美中双方制定出一种临时性的做法,并强调有必要稳定中美关系,这对区域和平与安全至关重要。

Google translate: When Chinese Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, the two sides reaffirmed the close ties between Singapore and China.

The two also discussed the importance of bilateral high-level exchanges between the two countries when they held talks on the sidelines of the ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting. Both Wei Wen and Wang Yi are looking forward to the full restoration of air connectivity between the two countries, and the resumption of student, tourism and business exchanges when conditions permit.

The two sides exchanged views on the regional and international situation, including recent developments in the Taiwan Strait. Singapore has consistently and clearly pursued the one-China policy and opposed Taiwan independence and any unilateral moves to change the status quo.

Vivian stressed the need to avoid miscalculations and accidents that could escalate the situation and destabilize the region. He hoped that the US and China would work out a temporary approach and stressed the need to stabilize Sino-US relations, which are vital to regional peace and security.

 

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wah biang misleading title. 不統就是台獨。維持現狀就是台獨。

opposed Taiwan independence and any unilateral moves to change the status quo.

各打五十大板 . whack both sides.

Singapore's Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan has emphasised the need to avoid miscalculation and accidents, which could lead to an escalatory spiral and destabilise the region.

Dr Balakrishnan also hoped that the US and China will work out a modus vivendi and stressed the need for stable US-China relations, which are vital for peace and security.

He made these points in a meeting with China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Thursday (Aug 4), Singapore's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said in a statement.

"They exchanged views on the regional and international situation, including recent developments in the Taiwan Strait," the statement said.

"Singapore has a clear and consistent 'One China' policy and is opposed to Taiwan independence and any unilateral moves to change the status quo," it added.

Both ministers are in Phnom Penh for the 55th Asean Foreign Ministers' Meeting (AMM) and related meetings.

A modus vivendi refers to an arrangement that lets parties facing disagreements coexist peacefully, either indefinitely or until a final settlement is reached.

The meeting came amid heightened US-China tensions, including China launching military drills in the Taiwan Strait, following the visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan on Wednesday (Aug 3).

Asean ministers have also called for "maximum restraint" and urged the global community to avoid actions that could destabilise the region.

During their meeting, Dr Balakrishnan and Mr Wang reaffirmed the strong ties between Singapore and China, and discussed the importance of intensifying bilateral high-level exchanges, MFA said.

These include earlier visits to Singapore by State Councilor and National Defence Minister General Wei Fenghe in June, and by Minister of the International Department of the Communist Party of China Liu Jianchao last month.

Dr Balakrishnan and Mr Wang also looked forward to the full restoration of air connectivity, and the resumption of student, tourist, and business exchanges when conditions permit, MFA added.

Earlier on Thursday, Asean foreign ministers also met Mr Wang at the Asean-China Post-Ministerial Conference as well as at the Asean Plus Three Foreign Ministers' Meeting,which included their counterparts from Japan and South Korea.

The Asean ministers also met US Secretary of State Antony Blinken during the Asean-US Post-Ministerial Conference.

 

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This gonna hurts a lot of hearts tonight.
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Singapore's Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan has emphasised the need to avoid miscalculation and accidents, which could lead to an escalatory spiral and destabilise the region.

Dr Balakrishnan also hoped that the US and China will work out a modus vivendi and stressed the need for stable US-China relations, which are vital for peace and security.

He made these points in a meeting with China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Thursday (Aug 4), Singapore's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said in a statement.

"They exchanged views on the regional and international situation, including recent developments in the Taiwan Strait," the statement said.

"Singapore has a clear and consistent 'One China' policy and is opposed to Taiwan independence and any unilateral moves to change the status quo," it added.

Both ministers are in Phnom Penh for the 55th Asean Foreign Ministers' Meeting (AMM) and related meetings.

A modus vivendi refers to an arrangement that lets parties facing disagreements coexist peacefully, either indefinitely or until a final settlement is reached.

The meeting came amid heightened US-China tensions, including China launching military drills in the Taiwan Strait, following the visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan on Wednesday (Aug 3).

Asean ministers have also called for "maximum restraint" and urged the global community to avoid actions that could destabilise the region.

During their meeting, Dr Balakrishnan and Mr Wang reaffirmed the strong ties between Singapore and China, and discussed the importance of intensifying bilateral high-level exchanges, MFA said.

These include earlier visits to Singapore by State Councilor and National Defence Minister General Wei Fenghe in June, and by Minister of the International Department of the Communist Party of China Liu Jianchao last month.

Dr Balakrishnan and Mr Wang also looked forward to the full restoration of air connectivity, and the resumption of student, tourist, and business exchanges when conditions permit, MFA added.

Earlier on Thursday, Asean foreign ministers also met Mr Wang at the Asean-China Post-Ministerial Conference as well as at the Asean Plus Three Foreign Ministers' Meeting,which included their counterparts from Japan and South Korea.

The Asean ministers also met US Secretary of State Antony Blinken during the Asean-US Post-Ministerial Conference.


u read what u quoted boh?

"Singapore has a clear and consistent 'One China' policy and is opposed to Taiwan independence and any unilateral moves to change the status quo," it added.

'unilateral moves' includes tiongs trying to subvert or invade taiwan.
everyday post news but dunno how to read news, 藏頭截尾 , cherry pick as u like... :ROFLMAO:
 

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wah biang misleading title. 不統就是台獨。維持現狀就是台獨。

opposed Taiwan independence and any unilateral moves to change the status quo.

各打五十大板 . whack both sides.

same AMDK lo. chiu want taiwan merge back? peaceful means onli lo. indirectly ish ask caina become multi parties cuntry. no more one chey meh
 
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