Mainland, Taiwan ties to face setback if “1992 consensus” undermined

Cross-Strait relations will face a serious setback if the 1992 Consensus is not the political foundation, a mainland spokesperson warned Wednesday.

Spokesperson with the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office, Ma Xiaoguang, made the remarks in response to the question whether a new hotline between mainland and Taiwan chiefs of cross-Strait affairs, will be suspended after the island’s leadership election on Jan. 16.

As far as he knew, Ma said that the two sides have not spoken on the hotline lately.

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