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Chen Deming Insists that Both Sides Adhere to the '1992 Consensus'

2016-04-14 12:59:00 Source: News Center

  

On April 12, Chen Deming, president of Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits, insisted that both sides negotiate and exchange experiences on the basis of '1992 Consensus'.


He stated that the gains made during these year owe to both sides have the same political basis. If this consensus does not stand firm, it will impact the relationship between the mainland and Taiwan.


To some extent, Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits and Straits Exchange Foundation resumed negotiations in 2008 is that both sides reiterated the '1992 Consensus'.


On May 26, 2008, Straits Exchange Foundation sent a letter and stated that they are looking forward a negotiation built on the '1992 Consensus'. The next day, Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits replied and the negotiation was accepted. After that, ARATS and SEF have held 11 talks and signed 23 agreements to deepen mutual benefit.


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