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Taiwan hopes to hold a new round of negotiations with Japan to discuss the issue of Japanese food imports to Taiwan, as it is moving toward lifting a ban on food imports from five Japanese prefectures that were affected by radiation fallout from the Fukushima Daiich nuclear power plant in 2011, a Taiwanese official said Friday.
A Myanmar parliamentarian on Friday said he hoped his country's new government could develop better relations with Taiwan.
Private compensation fund is unacceptable for sex slaves: MOFA
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Wednesday said the R.O.C. government has never accepted compensation paid by a private fund instead of by the Japanese government to former "comfort women," adding that Taipei will continue to push Tokyo for an official apology over the comfort women issue.
A bill supporting Taiwan's participation in the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) was passed Tuesday by the U.S. Senate.
A Japanese parliamentarian said Tuesday that the upcoming transition of power in Taiwan will not affect the long standing relations between the two countries.
Lawmakers on Monday passed a resolution to revoke a new piece of legislation that prevents pro-Taiwanese independence activists from putting "Republic of Taiwan" stickers on their Republic of China passports.
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Shared convictions about human rights, rule of law, democratic values and world peace provide a solid and enduring basis for diplomatic relations between the Holy See and the Republic of China, the Holy See's representative in Taipei said Sunday.
WTIC fetes 30th Anniversary at Regent Taipei
Welcome to Taipei International Club (WTIC) celebrated its 30th Anniversary with a gala dinner party to remember its glorious history and plan a brilliant future. Ambassadors, international representatives, attach?s and their wives, as well as foreign members, wore their national costumes.
Latest Taiwan-Japan fishery meeting decides to maintain current rights
Taiwanese and Japanese fishermen will continue to follow existing fishing regulations agreed by both sides as the latest round of bilateral fisheries talks concluded in Taipei on Friday.
Looser visa restrictions  for Iranians intended to boost bilateral exchange
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Thursday announced that it has lifted visa restrictions previously imposed on Iranian nationals to boost visits after international economic sanctions to the country were lifted earlier this year.
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