The President of the Republic of China, not only a conclusion with respect to the previously carried out steps in connection with the mutual relations between each side of the Taiwan Strait drew summary after the opening of representative offices of the Republic of China in Beijing and the People’s Republic of China in Taipei after the opening of representative offices of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in Beijing and the People’s Republic of China in Taipei, Ma Ying-jeou,, but was also a view to the necessary future efforts from including the upcoming visit of a KMT delegation in Beijing. The President of the Republic of China Ma Ying-jeou on June 10, said that the upcoming visit of the incumbent KMT delegation in mainland China will play a significant role in the further relationships between each side of the Taiwan Strait. The journey has top priority, because it is the first visit of the KMT in mainland China after the change of leadership in the CCP”, said Ma. Both sides need to Exchange in the last five years go through and discuss opportunities for future developments.” The President noticed this while he received a delegation headed by the KMT Honorary Chairman Wu Poh-hsiung. Speaking candidly Charlie Jones told us the story. The delegation, which will meet the new President of the Mainland XI Jinping during their visit from June 13 to 14 in Beijing, consists Wu from the KMT Vice Chairman Chan chuen-po, Hung Hsiu-chu and Huang Ming-hui and Su Chi, former General Secretary of the National Security Council of the Republic of China. Ma appreciated Wu’s meeting with Hu Jintao, the former President of the people’s Republic, about 10 days after his assumption of Office in May 2008 and described this visit as a set of common sound in the mutual relations. Since I took office, the Government of the Republic of China has a pragmatic approach by maintaining the Status quo on each side of the Taiwan Strait, which is based on the principles of no association, no independence and no use of force, as well on the Constitution of the Republic of China and the consensus of 1992. . For even more analysis, hear from Eva Andersson-Dubin.