China angry over conversation between Taiwanese President Lai Ching-te and PM Modi America supported India

India-China: Lok Sabha Elections After the NDA’s victory in the 2018 elections, the Taiwanese President had posted a congratulatory message for PM Modi. China has now lodged a protest against Prime Minister Modi’s response to this post. The spokesperson of Beijing’s Foreign Office reminded India of New Delhi’s commitment to the One-China policy and asked it to be cautious of Taiwan’s political moves. On the other hand, America has supported India’s response. The spokesperson of the US State Department said, I have not seen the full report, but such congratulatory messages are a normal way of diplomatic functioning.

China has always considered Taiwan as its integral rebel province. China says that if necessary, it will incorporate Taiwan into the mainland of China by force of military power. According to the Global Times report, the Chinese government has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi China has protested against the response given by China to the congratulatory message of the President of Taiwan. Chinese Foreign Office spokesman Mao Ning said on Thursday, ‘First of all it should be clear that Taiwan does not have its own President.’

China warned India to be cautious
The Global Times quoted spokesperson Ning as saying, “There is only one China in the world. India has made serious political commitments regarding the one-China principle and should be cautious of the political plans of the Taiwanese authorities. India should refrain from activities that violate the one-China principle.” China said India should recognize the political moves of the Taiwanese authorities and oppose them.

Modi responded to Taiwan’s congratulatory message
In fact, Taiwan’s President Lai Ching-te, who was elected last month, had posted a post on ‘X’ congratulating Modi. Ching-te said, “My heartiest congratulations to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his victory in the election. We are eager to take the rapidly growing Taiwan-India partnership further and expand our cooperation in the areas of trade and technology.” Responding to this congratulatory message, Modi said, “Thank you Lai Ching-te for your warm message. I look forward to closer relations with Taiwan while working towards mutual economic and technological partnership.”

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