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Beijing"s envoy says Washington can't speak for world, following halt to talks China remains committed to international cooperation on climate change and honors the promises it has made, a top Chinese envoy in Washington said on Tuesday, as he refuted a US claim that the suspension of climate talks with it is "punishing the whole world". Following a visit by US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan on Aug 2, China decided on Friday to halt climate change talks with the United States, an action that was among the eight countermeasures announced by China in response to the

China"s countermeasures against the United States in the law enforcement and judiciary sectors are justified and the US side should take responsibility for damaging the foundation of bilateral cooperation in these sectors, experts said. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday announced eight countermeasures in response to US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan, who disregarded China's strong opposition. The countermeasures include suspension of the two-side cooperation on the repatriation of illegal immigrants and legal assistance in criminal matters, and cooperation against transnational crimes and in the sector of counternarcotics. Huang Jin, deputy head of the China Law Society,

The one-China principle explicitly explains why Taiwan is an inalienable and integral part of China. It is a red line drawn since the establishment of the People"s Republic of China in 1949 and ratified by the United Nations in 1971 through UN Resolution 2758. The core of the UN resolution is the one-China principle, which states that there is only one China, and the government of the PRC is the sole legitimate government representing the whole of China, and Taiwan is part of China. Therefore, a wider community of 181 countries, by following the UN resolution, established and developed diplomatic