China May Pull Missiles from Fujian Coa…

Chinese officials for the first time have publicly announced the possible withdrawal of some missiles aimed at Taiwan. Just before China's military's Aug. 1 founding anniversary, Senior Col. Geng Yansheng told domestic and foreign media that missiles stationed along the Fujian Province coast could be removed as part of an effort to build a framework for peaceful development between the two Chinas. Based on the One-China principle, Taiwan and China are now to start discussing the formal ending of cross-strait hostility and to reach a peace agreement, Geng said.

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