Spokesman Kong Quan's Statement on the Abortion of Taiwan Related Bill at the World Health Assembly (13/05/2002)
2004/04/08

On 13th May, the 55th World Health Assembly made the decision by the ruling of the President that it would not include into its agenda the so called bill “inviting Taiwan to participate the World Health Assembly as an observer” which is proposed by a handful of countries including Nicaragua.  This is the 6th time that the World Health Assembly has refused such Taiwan related bill.

The World Health Organization is a specialized UN organization that opens only to sovereign states.  As part of China, Taiwan is not entitled to join WHO.  The Taiwan authority has abetted a handful of countries to raise Taiwan related bill year after year with the ulterior motive of attempting to create “two Chinas” or “one China, one Taiwan” in WHO and achieve its political scheme of separating the motherland.

Since 1997, such Taiwan related bill has been rejected by the international community for 6 years in succession.  Facts have proven that the attempt of the Taiwan authority to achieve political goal by whatever tactics including making use of public health related issue will not win people’s heart and is doomed to failure.

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