President Ma Ying-jeou reportedly talked to two U.S. officials over the phone while stopping over in Los Angeles on his way back from recent visits to Taiwan's allies in Central America.
U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday signed a bill which requires the U.S. secretary of state to develop a strategy to obtain observer status for Taiwan in the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) and other international groups.
UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office's Chief Scientific Adviser Robin Grimes on Friday praised Taiwan's innovation as he concluded a three-day trip to the country.1 Comment
Taiwan and the Philippines have agreed to set up a hotline on fishing disputes and cooperate in cracking down on illegal fishing in their overlapping exclusive economic zones, officials said late Thursday.
President Ma Ying-jeou on Thursday expressed "strong dissatisfaction" over Taiwan's former ally The Gambia's decision to resume diplomatic relations with mainland China, two and a half years after it severed ties with Taiwan.1 Comment
The incoming Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) condemned what it regards as "purposeful competition" on the part of mainland China regarding its resumed ties with The Gambia on Thursday, while the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC, 陸委會) expressed "extreme dissatisfaction."
Ma expresses 'strong dissatisfaction' over The Gambia's decision to resume diplomatic ties with China
President Ma Ying-jeou on Thursday expressed "strong dissatisfaction" over Taiwan's former ally The Gambia's decision to resume diplomatic relations with mainland China, two and a half years after it severed ties with Taiwan.
Republic of China President Ma Ying-jeou was warmly welcomed by U.S. officials during a visit to a Taiwanese ethylene manufacturing plant in Point Comfort, Texas Sunday during a stopover in Houston en route to Guatemala as part of his last overseas diplomatic trip before his term ends in May.
President Ma Ying-jeou said Sunday that the treatment accorded to him by the United States during his latest transit stop on American soil was the best ever.
President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) said Sunday as he departed for Central America on a seven-day visit that there is "no caretaker period for diplomacy" and he will continue his efforts in that field until he leaves office in May.