The president expressed hope that the Indo-Pacific Democratic Governance Consultations will serve as a platform for regular exchanges and coordination between Taiwan and the United States, allowing us to share our experiences and successes in democratic governance with regional partners, and help foster good governance in the Indo-Pacific.
President Tsai attends 2019 International Forum on Police Cooperation: Combating Transnational Drug Crimes
While attending the 2019 International Forum on Police Cooperation: Combating Transnational Drug Crimes on the morning of September 4, President Tsai Ing-wen stated that in the future, we will continue to sign agreements on mutual judicial assistance, police cooperation, and joint crime-fighting with countries around the world.
President Tsai meets cross-strait relations research group from University of Tokyo led by Professor Yasuhiro Matsuda
President Tsai Ing-wen met with a delegation from the University of Tokyo's cross-strait relations research group led by Professor Yasuhiro Matsuda on the morning of September 3. In her remarks, the president stated that Taiwan is able and willing to comply with high-standard international rules and practices, and expressed hope that Taiwan will be able to participate in the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) to strengthen cooperation with Japan and con
President Tsai Ing-wen addressed the 101st American Legion National Convention held in Indianapolis via a recorded video message Aug. 28, pledging to continue working with the U.S. and other like-minded partners in defending freedom and democracy.
President Tsai Ing-wen met with a delegation led by Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant on the morning of August 27. She stated that in addition to the longstanding friendship between Taiwan and Mississippi, we share close commercial ties. The president also looked forward to further strengthening our commercial ties, as well as cultural and educational exchanges.
President Tsai Ing-wen delivered a major speech via video before the 101st American Legion National Convention on the afternoon of August 27 Indiana time (early morning of August 28 Taipei time).
President Tsai meets foreign participants from the 2019 Ketagalan Forum Asia-Pacific Security Dialogue
At her meeting with foreign participants from the 2019 Ketagalan Forum Asia-Pacific Security Dialogue on the morning of August 21, President Tsai Ing-wen stated that Taiwan has avoided provoking China, but we will resolutely safeguard our national sovereignty and people's rights. Taiwan is willing and able to strengthen our cooperation with Indo-Pacific countries, to make more contributions to regional peace and stability.
President Tsai Ing-wen met with Japan's Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) Youth Division Director Hajime Sasaki on the morning of August 20. At the meeting, President Tsai emphasized that Taiwan and Japan have long adhered to the values of democracy and freedom.
President Tsai Ing-wen opened the Ketagalan Forum: 2019 Asia-Pacific Security Dialogue Aug. 20 in Taipei City, reaffirming the government’s commitment to working with like-minded partners in advancing regional peace, prosperity and stability.
President Tsai Ing-wen met with former Minister for Defense of Australia Christopher Pyne on the morning of August 19, and expressed our gratitude for the Australian government's support of our international participation. She also stated that Taiwan can further deepen our partnership with Australia, working together to make a real difference in the Indo-Pacific.