Following taiwan Foreign minister Joseph Wu's appearance on an indian television station, the Chinese embassy in india released a statement in which it claimed that Wu's interview "provided platform for him to advocate 'Taiwan independence'". taiwan retorted that both taiwan and india are democracies with active and free press.
 
It is noteworthy that taiwan and india do not have formal diplomatic connections, with india adhering to the "One china policy."
 
The Chinese embassy released a statement that said: "On february 29, 2024, a show on select indian TV aired an interview with Joseph Wu, the chief of Taiwan's foreign affairs office. This gave Wu a forum to promote 'Taiwan independence' and spread misinformation. It is completely inappropriate and constituted a major breach of the one-China principle."
 

It defined the "One-China principle" as "There is only one china in the world, taiwan is part of china, and the government of the People’s Republic of china is the sole legal government representing the whole of China."

In response, Taiwan's foreign ministry said, "Neither india nor taiwan is part of the PRC [People's Republic of China] and we're not its puppets. We're both democracies with free and vibrant presses that can't be dictated to."

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