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Foreign Ministry thanks European Parliament for supporting #Taiwan

Foreign Ministry thanks European Parliament for supporting #Taiwan

| September 19, 2018

On 12 September, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) thanked the European Parliament for approving the EU-China relations report voicing strong support for Taiwan.  The EU-China relations report urged an end to Beijing’s military intimidation and expressed support for Taiwan’s international participation.  Adopted during a plenary session the same day, the report reaffirms the EP’s […]

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Tsai calls on European countries to support #Taiwan, defend rule-based global order

Tsai calls on European countries to support #Taiwan, defend rule-based global order

| September 12, 2018

President Tsai Ing-wen (pictured) has called on European countries to support Taiwan in the face of China’s increased actions against the nation’s democracy, economy and international space in a recorded speech during a seminar at the European Parliament. Organized by the European Federation of Taiwanese Associations, the forum was titled ‘China Factor: Resistance is Futile? […]

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10 Taiwan brands to showcase designs at Paris expo

10 Taiwan brands to showcase designs at Paris expo

| August 24, 2018

Ten Taiwan emerging brands—including four owned by indigenous designers—are set to exhibit their work at the upcoming Maison et Objet Paris, one of the largest home and lifestyle trade shows in Europe, according to the Ministry of Culture. Led by the National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute under the MOC, the delegation of local […]

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#China urges US not to allow stopover by #Taiwan president

#China urges US not to allow stopover by #Taiwan president

| August 2, 2018

China urged the United States on Tuesday (31 July) not to allow Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen to transit its territory when she visits Belize and Paraguay next month, adding to tension between Beijing and Washington that has worsened amid a trade war, write Ben Blanchard and Yimou Lee. Beijing considers democratic Taiwan to be a wayward […]

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When your ‘One-#China policy’ is challenged

When your ‘One-#China policy’ is challenged

| July 12, 2018

It is no news that China bullies Taiwan. But China’s recent coercion of foreign companies is news, and should be a wake up call for countries to think about whether their own ‘One-China policy’ has been infringed, writes Harry Ho-Jen TSENG, Taiwan Representative to the EU and Belgium. While most countries in the world have […]

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#Taiwan: An important partner in global health security calls for support for its participation in the World Health Organization and the 2018 World Health Assembly

#Taiwan: An important partner in global health security calls for support for its participation in the World Health Organization and the 2018 World Health Assembly

| April 9, 2018

The enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition. —Constitution of the World Health Organization As we embark on this great collective journey [toward the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development], we pledge that no […]

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President Tsai calls for closer Taiwan-EU collaboration on green #energy

President Tsai calls for closer Taiwan-EU collaboration on green #energy

| December 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

On 19 December, President Tsai Ing-wen stated that a closer cooperation between Taiwan and EU companies on green technology will produce significant benefits on both sides by fostering the development of cutting-edge sustainable solutions and promoting the growth of the renewable power sector. Tsai made the remarks while receiving a European Parliament delegation led by […]

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