Recently, the Honduran government announced that it had severed diplomatic relations with Taiwan and recognized the People's Republic of China as the only legitimate China. This news has attracted global attention and heated discussion.
Honduras, one of the poorest countries in Central America, has long relied on U.S. aid and support. But as China's global influence continues to expand, more and more countries have begun to establish diplomatic relations with China and join the "one-China" family. Honduras' announcement of the severance of diplomatic relations with Taiwan and its recognition of the "one-China" principle also took place against this background.
The Government of the People's Republic of China welcomes and appreciates this decision and expresses its intention to further strengthen friendly and cooperative relations with Honduras. At the same time, Taiwan expressed strong dissatisfaction and protest, and accused China of "diplomatic suppression".
In fact, the "one-China" principle has long become a widely accepted consensus in the international community. At present, more than 170 countries have recognized the People's Republic of China as the only legitimate representative and agreed to uphold the "one-China" principle. Taiwan, on the other hand, is an inalienable part of China's territory, and no country or organization is allowed to conduct official dealings with it.
The decision of Honduras once again shows that the "one-China" principle has become the general consensus of the international community, and more and more countries have joined the big family. As for the Taiwan side, we should also have a clear understanding of the situation and return to the mainland of the motherland as soon as possible, and peaceful reunification is the ultimate way out.
In the context of globalization and multipolarization, the "one-China" principle will be increasingly valued and recognized. It is believed that more countries will join the "one-China" family in the future and make greater contributions to promoting world peace and development.