MOFA: U.S. tries to play a word game with the one-China principle

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U.S. President Joe #Biden said on Tuesday that there is no change in the country’s policy of strategic ambiguity on #Taiwan. In response, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said that no force in the world including the U.S. can stop the Chinese people from achieving complete national #reunification.

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