The U.S. State Department said on Wednesday that the U.S. position in favor of the “one-China” policy on the Taiwan issue has not changed.
Asked at a regular press conference whether the United States still supports this policy, Ned Price, spokesman of the U.S. State Department, said, “Yes, our policy has not changed.”
Previously, according to the Global Times, on January 23, the Biden administration made its first stance on Taiwan after taking office.
On the same day, the U.S. State Department issued a statement demanding that the mainland stop “pressure” Taiwan.
At that time, the statement did not mention the long-standing policy of the United States towards Taiwan.
In response, Cui Tiankai, the Chinese ambassador to the United States, stressed in an online speech on January 27 that “China has no room for compromise and concessions” on issues related to China’s sovereignty, reunification and territorial integrity.