Jim Yardley and Keith Bradsher: China Accuses U.S. and Japan of Interfering on Taiwan

From The New York Times:

China accused and the United States on Sunday of meddling in its internal affairs, and criticized a new joint security statement in which the two countries declared a peaceful Taiwan Strait as among their “common strategic objectives.”

The mention of Taiwan in the statement issued Saturday by senior American and Japanese officials drew a firm response from China, which considers Taiwan a breakaway province and is acutely sensitive to what it regards as outside interference. By contrast, Taiwan’s foreign minister cautiously welcomed the statement.

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