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Allies and partners support Taiwan ahead of Interpol gathering Photos - New Southbound Policy

Allies and partners support Taiwan ahead of Interpol gathering

International allies expressed support for Taiwan's participation in the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) ahead of its four-day General Assembly which will be held in Chile beginning Tuesday.

U.K., Italy lawmakers push for Taiwan's participation in Interpol Photos - New Southbound Policy

U.K., Italy lawmakers push for Taiwan's participation in Interpol

Parliamentarians in the United Kingdom and Italy recently called on the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) to invite Taiwan to attend its General Assembly as an observer so that Taiwan cam make concrete contributions.

China's isolation of Taiwan hinders regional stability: Tsai Photos - New Southbound Policy

China's isolation of Taiwan hinders regional stability: Tsai

Speaking on the opening day of an international forum in Taipei, the president said the region is facing challenges that can only be dealt with through a joint effort. Taiwan is willing and able to participate more actively in regional partnerships, Tsai said, but Beijing's continuous suppression of the country internationally has been a major obstacle in achieving the goal.

Asian countries should develop security against China: expert Photos - New Southbound Policy

Asian countries should develop security against China: expert

Asian countries should prevent over-reliance on the United States and work harder to build up their own security abilities against the military threat from China, an Indian expert said Tuesday at the launch of Taiwan's first report on Taiwan-India relations by a think tank.

INTERPOL: Taiwan Can Help Photos - New Southbound Policy

INTERPOL: Taiwan Can Help

Criminal Investigation Bureau Commissioner Huang Ming-chao spoke with Taiwan Today about exclusion from the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) and how Taiwan Can Help achieve a seamless security network through participation in the group’s activities, mechanisms and meetings, including the annual assembly.

Debut Taiwan-U.S. forum to help solidify ties with Pacific allies

Taipei, Oct. 5 (CNA) A first-ever Pacific Islands Dialogue co-organized by Taiwan and the United States will be held in Taipei on Monday to explore opportunities for the two countries to work closer together in the region to solidify Taiwan's ties with its Pacific allies, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced Saturday.

Taiwan and United States set to hold inaugural Pacific Islands Dialogue in Taipei Photos - New Southbound Policy

Taiwan and United States set to hold inaugural Pacific Islands Dialogue in Taipei

Taiwan and the United States will hold the inaugural Pacific Islands Dialogue on October 7 in Taipei. Sandra Oudkirk, US Senior Official for APEC and Deputy Assistant Secretary for Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands in the State Department’s Bureau of East Asian & Pacific Affairs, is set to take part in the dialogue as head of the US delegation.

Taiwan promotes women’s economic participation at APEC gathering

The Executive Yuan’s Department of Gender Equality (DGE) announced on Saturday the results of 2019 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Women and the Economy Forum’s (WEF) High-Level Policy Dialogue. Minister without Portfolio Lo Ping-cheng attended the meeting to share Taiwan’s experience and accomplishments with mainstreaming gender issues and promoting women’s economic participation.

Continuing to deepen the partnership with new southbound countries, promoting bilateral cooperation comprehensively Photos - New Southbound Policy

Continuing to deepen the partnership with new southbound countries, promoting bilateral cooperation comprehensively

Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (TFDA) has actively promoted the New Southbound Policy for three years. TFDA had invited the officers and experts, such as Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, India, Philippines, Australia and New Zealand, and hosted seven international conferences, five government meetings and one working group meeting of international organization in 2019.

Premier thanks stakeholders for anti-money laundering success Photos - New Southbound Policy

Premier thanks stakeholders for anti-money laundering success

Premier Su Tseng-chang on Thursday spoke at a “Going Further, Doing Better” anti-money laundering event to thank both public and private organizations for coming together to enable Taiwan to place in the top “regular follow-up” category following evaluation by the Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG). The premier expressed hope that relevant organizations can continue their cooperation to quickly move forward with effective measures to maintain this status and advance the nation to the f

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