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FDP takes pro-Taiwan stance

In its federal elections program, the FDP advocates strengthening Taiwan’s position. The Liberals removed the reference to the “One-China policy” at their party conference on Sunday evening. Instead, they are seeking greater Taiwanese involvement in international organizations. It is “a clear message to Beijing that the breach of international law in the Hong Kong case will not remain without consequences,” the party’s foreign policy spokesman Bijan Djir-Sarai told Reuters news agency. The FDP welcomes the CAI but criticizes human rights violations in China. A separate section is devoted to both the EU’s relations with the People’s Republic and the Taiwan issue.

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