Taiwan's Minister of Science and Technology, Tsung-tsong Wu: “More businesses than ever want to deal only with democracies”

  • 2022-01-04
  • Linas Jegelevicius, The Baltic Times editor-in-chief
Perhaps no other country has shown as much heart to Taiwan, an island just 180 kilometres away from mainland China, as Lithuania, a Baltic state that broke away from the Soviet Union in 1990. Unlike many other countries that host Taipei missions, Lithuania is set to make a stride further and open Taiwan’s representation in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius at the end of the year. Meanwhile, Lithuania looks forward to opening its representation in Taipei in early 2022. The countries’ commitments have been reaffirmed in talks of a high-ranking Taiwanese delegation with Lithuanian off...
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