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Taiwanese president wants 'new mode of interactions' with China

Tsai Ing-wen urges both sides to work toward long-term peace

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen gives a speech during the National Day celebrations in Taipei on Oct. 10.   © Reuters

TAIPEI -- Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen on Tuesday urged Chinese leader Xi Jinping to work with her to find a new way to conduct bilateral exchanges.

"As we face new circumstances in cross-strait and regional relations, leaders from both sides should together work to display the political wisdom that has carried us through over the years," Tsai said during her remarks on national day. "We should search for new modes of cross-strait interactions with determination and patience. This will lay a more solid basis for long-term peace and stability in the cross-strait relationship."

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