Ma Ying-jeou, leader of the Taiwan region for the first time on January 6 in response to President Hu Jintao's "Hu six," said, "He's aspirations for us to do a number of specific response", it has a better understanding, "Hu six" In the (Taiwan) on behalf of the meaning of the policy.
According to Taiwan's Central News Agency reported that Ma Ying-jeou said: "From the end of last year, Mr. Hu Jintao issued a six-point statement, he also put forward for our aspirations to do a number of specific response, we have some initial response, the other hand, we He is also a better understanding of the content of this conversation represented in terms of policy implications, I hope to have further understanding. "
Ma Ying-jeou said that in the past seven months, the authorities to promote cross-strait relations improve, get some concrete results, and the and the United States, Japan's trust in general have been restored, in the "diplomacy" and a mainland policy that, basically, and the Administration's original designed to match the direction and progress.
Ma Ying-jeou said that although the island of Taiwan is indeed there are some different voices, but overall, the vast majority of people support the current cross-strait development. He also stressed that the authorities would not ignore the voices of the minorities, or are willing to continue to communicate, to enable these people to understand the mainland authorities to improve relations, and not sacrifice Taiwan's interests.
Ma Ying-jeou in his office this afternoon met with the United States Stimson Center Senior Fellow Alan Yung, the made the above remarks.