Written by Staff Writer
04 Nov, 2015 | 11:22 am
The leaders of Taiwan and China plan to meet in Singapore on Saturday for the first time since the Chinese civil war ended in 1949.
Both said the talks would focus on relations across the Taiwan Straits.
China has claimed sovereignty over Taiwan since 1949, when the Nationalist government fled to the island after defeat by the Communists.
Taiwan’s Central News Agency, citing senior government officials, said the two leaders did not expect to sign any agreement, but plan to discuss peace.
China and Taiwan — officially the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of China — separated in 1949 following the Communist victory in the civil war.
Xi Jinping, Ma Ying-jeou to address each other as “Mr”, have dinner together in Singapore Sat: mainland official,Wed pic.twitter.com/6ZrtH44Xj1
— People’s Daily,China (@PDChina) November 4, 2015
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