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Working together for a safer world: Support #Taiwan’s participation as an Observer in #INTERPOL

Working together for a safer world: Support #Taiwan’s participation as an Observer in #INTERPOL

| November 7, 2018

Transnational crime is on the rise. Law enforcement agencies worldwide can only be effective against this trend where there are strong ties and efficient cooperation. It is for this reason that Taiwan must be allowed observer status in the International Criminal Police Organisation INTERPOL – writes Tsai Tsan-Po, Commissioner, Criminal Investigation Bureau, Republic of China […]

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#Taiwan – Foreign Minister Wu addresses #GTI Annual Symposium

#Taiwan – Foreign Minister Wu addresses #GTI Annual Symposium

| September 24, 2018

On 13 September, Taiwan Foreign Minister Jaushieh Joseph Wu talked up Taiwan’s credentials as a front-line state defending freedom, democracy and rules-based order from China’s intensified coercion during a video address at the Global Taiwan Institute Annual Symposium which took place in Washington.  “China’s actions are a threat to security and the balance of power […]

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#MOFA campaign highlights #Taiwan value as global SDG partner

#MOFA campaign highlights #Taiwan value as global SDG partner

| September 20, 2018

MOFA has launched an international campaign highlighting Taiwan’s desire to participate in the U.N. system and merits as a valuable partner in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.  Unveiled ahead of the 73rd U.N. General Assembly  on 18 September, the initiative urges the global body to deliver equal treatment to Taiwan’s 23 million people and resolve […]

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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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