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As President Tsai Ing-wen embarks on her four-country tour of Central America, allies like Honduras are hoping for more concrete support from Taiwan.
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Taiwan should pay more attention to its Central America allies by building stronger interpersonal ties to further solidify diplomatic relations, Honduran ambassador to the Republic of China (R.O.C.) urged the government ahead of President Tsai Ing-wen's trip to Central America.
Taiwan and India are exploring a proposal to allow the employment of Indian workers in Taiwan amid growing relations between the two countries, Taiwan's representative to India said in a media interview earlier this week.
A sit-down with an architect of 'New Southbound'
"Taiwan's greatest advantage in heading southbound lies within its experiences with small-scale enterprises. These can really solve the problems facing countries in ASEAN and South Asia," Minister Without Portfolio John Deng (鄧振中) told The China Post.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said it would "watch closely" an ongoing meeting of Chinese Roman Catholic leaders for signs of progress on the establishment of diplomatic ties between Beijing and the Holy See.
The Presidential Office on Monday expressed deep regret and discontent after China and Sao Tome and Principe announced their resumption of diplomatic relations earlier that day, saying that "diplomacy is not a zero-sum game."
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Pro-independence figure to lead delegation to  Trump's inauguration
The government has selected staunch independence advocate Yu Shyi-kun to lead Taiwan's delegation at Donald Trump's inauguration on Jan. 20.
Taiwanese diplomats stationed in the R.O.C.'s 21 ally nations have been instructed to stay on high alert after diplomatic ties between Taiwan and Sao Tome and Principe were severed, a foreign ministry spokesperson said Thursday.
After loss of ally, government set to review aid to other countries
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) on Wednesday issued a directive for the foreign ministry to review all of Taiwan's current aid programs with its diplomatic allies, after the African country of Sao Tome and Principe severed formal relations with Taiwan earlier in the day.
The government is ready to offer a credit line totalling NT$100 billion (US$3.12 billion) next year to help local businesses invest or expand in 18 countries targeted by its "New Southbound Policy," the Financial Supervision Commission (FSC) said Tuesday.
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