台灣正名之重要性

向上 目錄 台灣正名之重要性 訪問董事長 死守中國自掘墳墓 昇天祈福 為台灣正名 !! 國外來函

本會所做的國民外交工作,還止於E-mail與文書的往來,可是在內容方面,也下了一番苦心,法國老外 Stephane TIGNEL 亦幫了一些關鍵性的忙。
歐洲最近回了一些信件,我們發現一些事實,歐盟各國對台灣的民主化有高評價的肯定,但是法國總統回台灣的信,把台灣的ROC寫成中國的PRC,明顯看出,法國官方的認知,還是明白的表示“台灣是中國的一部份”。
歐盟各國對於兩岸能加入WTO持明顯肯定的態度,他們認為未來兩岸(台灣、中國)的良性互動可以透過WTO來實現,而一致性的體認台灣受孤立的事實,亦積極想透過WTO的架構,要在台灣設立辦事處;同情之餘,亦明明白白的告訴您,中共雖然獨裁,但是“一個中國”的政策,是歐盟認定的外交事實,故未來可以就中共能否遵守WTO規定,行使與台灣的良性互動來關注,另外就中共人權問題,它們亦會時時加以向中國提出批判。歐盟有意促成台海兩岸的談判,因為有效的談判,可以穩定亞太地區的穩定,而台海的良性互動,方足以保障世界和平與國際財經的安全。這埵陷X封信,來自不同的歐洲國家,茲附原件於下:

 

 

 

大家不難看出歐盟的承認“中國涵蓋台灣”,而對台灣民主成就保持肯定的支持,會以反對中共武力犯台來回應。而歐洲各國希望加強台灣與他們的經貿文化交流,則維持正面積極的態度。
中共拼命拉攏歐洲各國以對抗美歐關係,不難看出歐盟處於三角習題之中。歐洲各民主國,愛台灣是事實,而愛台灣的中華民國非常模糊,是否愛台灣的民主化現象呢?卻清晰的保持護持的動向。
與歐洲各國互動中,本會體會出台灣正名的重要性,台灣人民的意志,而貫徹台灣人身份,有未來必要的抉擇,ROC在台灣,或是PRC在中國,也只有與台灣關係密切的某些美國學者、政治家能分清別濁。
近年來觀之國際局勢,美國警覺中共運用吸金大法,來掩飾爭逐亞太霸權的決心,故於九一一事件之後,小布希毅然打破常規,一改柯林頓時代懷柔誘導的兩岸模糊政策,聲明要為捍衛台灣的民主政權,而不惜以武力來反擊中共的軍事犯台。
我們接到CNA傳來的消息,就可看出紐約兩位市長,前市長Guiliani和新市長 Bloomberg 的思維,他們各屬不同的黨派,卻有一致性的看法,於胡錦濤來訪時,美方還不忘強調台灣是一個民主的國家的聲明,足以顯示自由主義與理想浪漫思想的美國價值,就是紐約人的驕傲,前後任市長的心聲,表現美國人對台灣的真正內在顯現了。

英文稿附於下:
News from CNA in Taipei 
May 1, 2002 

N.Y. MAYOR REFERS TO TAIWAN AS A COUNTRY
New York, April 30 (CNA) New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has stirred up a political storm by referring to the Republic of China on Taiwan as a country, much like the People's Republic of China on the mainland, and by saying he "certainly would meet with Taiwanese 
officials."

Bloomberg, who replaced the charismatic Rudolph Guiliani early this year, made the comments after meeting with Communist Chinese Vice President Hu Jintao on Monday, the New York Sun reported Tuesday.After meeting with Hu, Bloomberg was asked whether he would consider meeting with representatives of the government of Taiwan. 
He replied that he "certainly would" and that he "would certainly welcome visitors from either country."

An editorial in the newspaper, which only began circulation on April 16, recalled that Bloomberg's predecessor was even more blunt and honest by maintaining "a memorably principled policy."
Guiliani famously refused twice to meet with top officials of the world's largest totalitarian dictatorship, according to the editorial, which noted that President Jiang Zemin was in New York in 1997 and Premier Zhu Rongji was in the city in 1999.
It pointed out that America's policy that recognizes the Communist Chinese leadership and acknowledges its "one-China" policy has meant that leaders of the Republic of China on Taiwan -- a functioning democracy -- are unable to come to the United States 
on state visits.
They are allowed transit, however, and when ROC President Chen Shui-bian passed through the city in 2001, Guiliani made a point of meeting with him in the presidential suite of the Waldorf, it added.
When Bloomberg met with mainland Chinese Vice President Hu, it said, the new mayor "at least made it clear that he was prepared to meet as well with the Free Chinese leadership and suggested he thinks of Taiwan as a country." (By S.C. Chang)

News from CNA in Taipei 
May 1, 2002 
BLOOMBERG'S REFERENCE TO TAIWAN AS COUNTRY SPARKS FLURRY OF REACTION

New York, April 30 (CNA) New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's reference to the Republic of China on Taiwan as a country, breaking with established U.S. foreign policy, has set off a flurry of reaction among watchers of the cross-Taiwan Strait situation, the New York Sun reported Tuesday.
Bloomberg's remarks following a meeting on Monday with Communist Chinese Vice President Hu Jintao drew comments from different sectors of New York society, the newspaper reported.
It said friends of Taiwan in America viewed Bloomberg's remarks as expressing "a reality that the State Department and the Bush administration have insisted on denying -- that the Republic of China on Taiwan is, like the People's Republic of China on the mainland, a country of its own."
The director general of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York, Andrew Hsia, said Bloomberg "was simply stating the reality." Hsia added that he fully expects Bloomberg to honor his pledge to meet with Taiwanese officials in addition to Chinese officials as he 
said "he certainly would."
The deputy executive director of the New American Century, Tom  Donelly, told the newspaper that "the fiction that Taiwan is part of China is increasingly difficult to credit."
"I'm not surprised that Mayor Bloomberg might have inadvertently let the truth get out," he added.
The report quoted Donnely as saying that the "one China" policy advanced by the Chinese Communists has become increasingly difficult for America to maintain as Taiwan has democratized and as American relations with China have grown tense. "The world has 
changed, Taiwan has changed,"
he was quoted as adding.
The daily then quoted a senior Senate Republican foreign affairs staffer of Senator Helms, a long time supporter of Taiwan, as saying Bloomberg's remarks "represent the basic good instinct of the American people."
The staffer, speaking on condition of anonymity, added that "these are actually two countries, and one of them is a democracy."
A spokesman for the mainland Chinese consulate in New York declined to comment on Bloomberg's remarks, the report said.(By S.C. Chang)

 

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