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Taiwan's representative office in the United States held a National Day celebration at the Twin Oaks Estate Wednesday, where new and incoming American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) officials make their first appearance.
 
More than 300 foreign dignitaries will attend celebrations to mark Double Ten Day, the national day of the Republic of China, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Tuesday.
 
The annual U.S.-Taiwan Defense Industry Conference kicked off in Williamsburg, Virginia on Sunday.
 
Representatives from almost 20 member countries of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) assembly attended a reception hosted by Taiwan in Montreal Thursday, with many of the attendees voicing support for Taipei, which was blocked from participating in assembly.
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The next chairman of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) will be visiting Taiwan periodically to bring views from Washington and will also play a role in the policy process toward Taiwan, just like his predecessors did, outgoing AIT Chairman Raymond F. Burghardt said Thursday.
 
Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez will make a state visit to Taiwan from Oct. 1 to 4, during which he will hold talks and exchange honorary decorations with President Tsai Ing-wen, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said Friday.
 
The Foreign Ministry respects the decision made by some of the nation's diplomatic allies not to speak up for Taiwan during the just concluded U.N. General Assembly session, a ministry spokeswoman has said.
 
Several countries that have diplomatic ties with Taiwan voiced support for Taipei's participation in the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) assembly on Tuesday.
 
Vietnam fishermen sue Taiwan steel firm over mass fish deaths
Hundreds of Vietnamese fishermen have filed claims seeking compensation from a Taiwanese steel company that acknowledged its toxic chemicals caused a massive fish kill, a local priest helping the fishermen said Tuesday.
 
Taiwan and Japan to sign emergency dispatch pact
Taiwan and Japan will soon sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to allow both countries to dispatch physicians and assistance systems to countries in the Asia-Pacific region, should large-scale emergency situations occur, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has announced.
 
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