„I would like to stress that, we would be happy to see normal cross-strait exchanges based on equality and dignity, openness and transparency, and no political talks.“

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„I believe that the peaceful development of cross-Strait ties will continue to be deepened and institutionalized.“

—  Lien Chan former Chairman of the Kuomintang 1936
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„Even those who once supported and promoted Taiwan independence, or followed those who do, so long as they are willing to help improve and develop cross-strait relations, will be welcome to visit the mainland (China) and to join us in promoting exchanges and cooperation between the two sides of the (Taiwan) strait.“

—  Yu Zhengsheng Chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference 1945
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„The DPP is committed to its responsibilities for the future of Taiwan, is willing to reconcile through dialogue as a means of normalizing cross-strait relations, and desires to be a responsible partner of fellow democracies in the Asia-Pacific.“

—  Su Tseng-chang Taiwanese politician 1947
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„And we did so based on the belief that while these transitions will be hard and take time, societies based upon democracy and openness and the dignity of the individual will ultimately be more stable, more prosperous, and more peaceful.“

—  Barack Obama 44th President of the United States of America 1961
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„(Mainland China) has the necessary patience as well as a strong determination to see cross-strait unification, but that does not mean waiting passively without doing anything.“

—  Zhang Zhijun Chinese politician 1953
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„The key to cross-strait peace and stability lay in mutual recognition of the 1992 Consensus.“

—  Vincent Siew Taiwanese politician 1939
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„It (Mainland China) should be wiser in handling cross-strait affairs.“

—  Ko Wen-je Taiwanese politician and physician 1959
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„I have always fiercely defended the position that we should base our view of the world on the state of our knowledge, on fact, and not on what we would like it to be.“

—  James D. Watson American molecular biologist, geneticist, and zoologist. 1928
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