Chinese premier stresses vital importance of '1992 consensus'
Boao, China, March 24 (CNA) Chinese Premier Li Keqiang seemed eager to drive home a message to Taiwan's next government when he met with former Vice President Vincent Siew Thursday, that both sides of the Taiwan Strait belong to "one China" -- a fact that Li said cannot be changed.
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