China urges US to stop sending wrong signals on Taiwan


BEIJING (Reuters):China's foreign ministry urged the United States on Friday (Oct 22) to avoid sending any wrong signals to proponents of Taiwanese independence, after President Joe Biden said the United States would come to the Chinese-claimed island's defence.

China has no room for concessions when it comes to its core interests, ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin (pic) told a daily news briefing in Beijing.

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