Taiwan's participation in the World Health Assembly (WHA) not only benefits the people of the country but is also needed in the world's health, disease prevention and control system, Tung Chen-yuan (童振源), spokesman-designate of the incoming Cabinet, said Wednesday.
President-elect Tsai Ing-wen congratulated Rodrigo Duterte Wednesday on winning the Philippine presidential election and expressed hope for advancing bilateral exchanges in investment, culture and tourism.
Outgoing foreign minister says diplomatic accomplishments were only possible with improved cross-strait ties
With just days left as foreign minister, David Lin briefed the Kuomintang (KMT) Central Standing Committee this afternoon, touting improvement to Taiwan's international standing that he said would have been impossible if not for rapprochement with China.
Taiwan's representative office in the U.S. said on Monday that it had asked the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) to correct the wrongful designation of Taiwan as a part of China in the online Panama Papers database.
A Sri Lanka national has been caught attempting to travel to Canada via Taiwan using fake Canadian identification cards, the National Immigration Agency (NIA) said Tuesday.
Taiwan looks forward to working with the new government of the Philippines to deepen relations between the two countries based on the existing foundation, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Tuesday, as Rodrigo Duterte appeared to have won the Philippines' presidential election.
Taiwan's representative office in Geneva has given the World Health Organization (WHO) letters from the government confirming that it will attend the upcoming World Health Assembly (WHA) as an observer, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said today.
As the health ministry drafted a response to the World Health Assembly's (WHA) invitation letter for its forthcoming annual summit in Geneva, the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) reiterated Monday that the U.S. supports Taiwan's "meaningful participation" in international organizations.1 Comment
The mention of the "one China principle" by the World Health Organization (WHO) in its invitation for Taiwan to attend the upcoming World Health Assembly (WHA) is an attempt to denigrate the country's status, Taiwan's National Security Bureau (NSB) said Monday.
The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) administration confirmed that Taiwan intends to send a delegation to the upcoming World Health Assembly (WHA), spokesman-designate for the incoming cabinet Tung Chen-yuan (童振源) announced on Sunday.