A resolution in support of Taiwan passed by the Executive Committee of the Association of State Democratic Committees was welcomed Feb. 14 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
At the Cabinet’s weekly meeting Thursday, Premier Su Tseng-chang said that the Asia Silicon Valley Development Plan has produced promising results since its inception, including creating a comprehensive startup ecosystem and boosting the internet-of-things (IoT) industry. Taiwan’s IoT industry value over the past two years has enjoyed annual growth rates of nearly 20 percent, while several global tech heavyweights are setting up R&D centers in Taiwan. The premier applauded central and local gove
A yearlong program of events celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Taiwan Relations Act was announced Feb. 12 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Taipei City.
The support for Taiwan and the cross-strait status quo by the executive and legislative branches of the EU was welcomed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jan. 31.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) of the Republic of China (Taiwan) welcomes and appreciates the European Union’s statements on January 30 supporting Taiwan’s democracy and endorsing the status quo across the Taiwan Strait.
The staunch support shown by diplomatic allies and like-minded partners for Taiwan’s meaningful participation in the World Health Organization is sincerely appreciated by the government and people, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jan. 29.
The introduction of a U.S. Senate bill promoting observer status for Taiwan in the World Health Organization was welcomed Jan. 30 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
A group of 12 students selected as this year’s Teen Diplomatic Envoys departed for Vietnam and the Philippines Jan. 22 on an 11-day tour as part of government efforts to foster people-to-people exchanges with countries in Southeast Asia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
China’s outrageous demand on dozens of major multinational corporations to force them to change the designation of Taiwan to “Taiwan, China” on their websites was strongly condemned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jan. 17.
The government is leaving no stone unturned in preventing African swine fever from spreading to Taiwan, according to the Cabinet-level Council of Agriculture Jan. 17.