China vows no concessions on Taiwan after Biden comments • FRANCE 24 English

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#China on Friday urged Washington to tread carefully on #Taiwan after President #JoeBiden said the US would defend the self-ruled island from attacks by Beijing. “China has no room for compromise on issues involving its core interests,” foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said, warning that Washington “should act and speak cautiously on the Taiwan issue.”

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