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September 24.1982-Deng Xiaoping met Margaret Thatcher publicly put forward the principle of "one country, two systems"

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The eighth day of August (Saigon), September 24, 1982, Deng Xiaoping met Margaret Thatcher publicly put forward the principle of "one country, two systems".

Deng Xiaoping met Margaret Thatcher publicly put forward the principle of "one country, two systems"
Deng Xiaoping met with British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, publicly proposed the "one country, two systems" target = "_blank"> one country, two systems "concept of. In 24th September
1982, Deng Xiaoping met with British prime minister Margaret Thatcher.
the leaders of the two countries in a friendly atmosphere in-depth discussion on the future of Hong Kong. The leaders of the two sides outlined their positions on this issue. Spirit of common purpose to maintain Hong Kong's prosperity and stability, the two sides agreed to conduct negotiations through diplomatic channels after the visit.
As for the stance of the Chinese government to recover the whole of Hong Kong's sovereignty is clear and well known.
30, the Information Department of the Foreign Ministry spokesman said Hong Kong is part of China's territory. (History www.TodayOnHistory.com) past the British government and the Chinese Qing government signed the Treaty on the Hong Kong region is unequal treaties, the Chinese people have never not acceptable. The Chinese government's consistent position is that when conditions are ripe for the return of the entire Hong Kong region. The (TodayinHistory.cn)
Hong Kong, including Hong Kong, Kowloon and the New Territories, (lsjt.org) were signed in the last century, the Sino-British Treaty of Nanking, the Sino-British Treaty and the Sino-British Extension of Hong Kong sector ten special articles, was ceded or leased to Britain.

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