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Ma Ying-jeou urges global support for cross-strait dialogue

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Release time:2023/10/17 16:16
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Ma Ying-jeou urges global support for cross-strait dialogue (Courtesy of Ma Ying-jeou’s office) Ma Ying-jeou urges global support for cross-strait dialogue
Ma Ying-jeou urges global support for cross-strait dialogue (Courtesy of Ma Ying-jeou’s office)

NEW YORK (TVBS News) — Former President Ma Ying-jeou spoke at New York University on Monday (Oct. 16) EST, urging the U.S. and the global community to encourage cross-strait dialogue instead of making Taiwan "the next Ukraine."

Ma disagreed with the suggestion by former U.S. national security adviser Robert C. O'Brien that Taiwan should issue each citizen an AK-47, stating such action disregards Taiwan's situation and cross-strait relationships.

 

He encouraged a return to the 1992 Consensus, emphasizing the need for the new president to oppose Taiwan's independence and accept the 1992 Consensus for cross-strait peace.

During his speech, the former Taiwanese president objected to transforming Taiwan into a battlefield, criticizing attempts to weaponize the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC).

In response to student inquiries about cross-strait future developments and the function of the 1992 Consensus, Ma affirmed its critical role, advising the Taiwanese government to prioritize citizen safety and not be inactive in cross-strait relations.
 

Ma further noted that The Economist has recognized the 1992 Consensus as mainland China's biggest concession to Taiwan on sovereignty issues since the 1980s.

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#Taiwan#former president#U.S.#Ma Ying-jeou#New York University#Robert C. O’Brien#AK-47#Ukraine#1992 Consensus#TSMC
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