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MOFA monitoring Sino-Italian police pact
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Thursday said it will closely monitor the latest situation in Italy after the European country and China launched a project that allows Chinese police to patrol in Italy starting this week.
 
Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) spokesman Jeff Yang (楊家駿) confirmed Thursday that the issue of Taiwan's possible participation in the upcoming World Health Assembly (WHA) had been brought up in regular ministerial negotiations with mainland China and that the cross-strait communications "hotline" would be employed if deemed necessary.
 
The Holy See is sending its top envoy to Japan to lead a delegation to President-elect Tsai Ing-wen's upcoming inauguration, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced on Thursday.
 
Vatican's Japanese envoy to attend Tsai inauguration
The Holy See is sending its top envoy to Japan to lead a delegation to President-elect Tsai Ing-wen's upcoming inauguration, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced on Thursday.
 
Three men were arrested by police in Manila Wednesday for alleged drug trafficking, who said they came from Taiwan, according to law enforcement authorities in the Philippines.
 
The king of Taiwan's African ally Swaziland will be leading a delegation to join President-elect Tsai Ing-wen's inauguration ceremony, a Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) official said on Tuesday.
 
As President-elect Tsai Ing-wen ponders a "new southward" foreign policy to establish closer ties with Southeast Asian nations, Foreign Minster David Lin (林永樂) noted that Taiwan's trade relations with China cannot be replaced.
 
Taiwanese fishermen lauded and expressed their full support Sunday for the government's action in sending patrol ships to international waters near a Japanese-controlled atoll in the Western Pacific that day to protect Taiwanese fishing boats operating there.
 
Nation protests Japan seizure of fishing boat
Foreign Minster David Lin (林永樂) on Friday protested Japan's seizure of a Taiwanese ship, which occurred near an atoll claimed by Japan. Lin reiterated the R.O.C. government's protest of the vessel's seizure following his summons of Japan's top envoy to Taiwan.
 
The police of the Sarawak State of Malaysia on Thursday night busted a telecom fraud ring comprising 24 Taiwanese, Chinese and Malaysian suspects targeting mainland Chinese as victims, after receiving tips from two Taiwanese men, the Central News Agency said in a wire service report from Kuala Lumpur on Friday.
 
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