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Nationalist candidate for the 2020 general election in Taiwan and the mayor of Kaohsiung, South Korea. (Photo source: Taiwan "China Times Newsletter" data map)
China Taiwan Net, December 5th According to Taiwan ’s “China Times News” report, Taiwan ’s 2020 election KMT candidate Korean Yu will cross the sea on December 13 to “fix the stakes” in Kinmen County and become a party ’s “legislator” Candidate Chen Yuzhen was on the platform. South Korea ’s Yu and his party will also take a boat to the island ’s closest village, commonly known as “Little Golden Gate,” to issue a “Declaration of Peace” in anticipation of cross-strait peace. Because Kinmen Island is close to Xiamen and was once the frontier of both sides of the strait, this trip to Korea is very meaningful.
South Korea ’s Yu has taken a leave to start the “Listening Trip” on November 16. So far, in addition to “walking through” on the island of Taiwan, he has also traveled to Penghu and Matsu. On December 13, he will meet in Jinmen to meet with folks, and visit and scan at the City God Temple. And invite young students to have a discussion. On the same day, "Korea Yu and Chen Yuzhen Joint Campaign Headquarters" will be established in Kinmen.
According to reports, the KMT "legislator" Chen Yuzhen, who is running for re-election, suggested that South Korea's Yu should issue a "Declaration of Peace" in Kinmen, but South Korea ’s final itinerary is still decided by the South Korean camp. The content of the "Peace Declaration" will be based on the cross-strait policies of South Korea. Zhao Jianmin, convener of the Cross-Strait Group of the "National Political Consultative Group" of South Korea said that he would like to see South Korea ’s visit to Kinmen, emphasizing the cross-strait policy of the peace line; because many experts on the island and abroad believe that military conflicts are likely to break out on both sides in recent years, it is necessary to ensure peace To enable young people to enhance their competitiveness in a peaceful and stable development environment, so as not to be involved in hostile cross-strait situations. (He Jianfeng, Taiwan Network of China)
[Responsible editor: He Jianfeng]