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Saint Lucia Reaffirms Commitment To Recognising Taiwan As Part Of The Global Community

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Saint Lucia has pledged to support recognition of Taiwan as part of the global community.

Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Ernest Hilaire, currently on a five-day official visit to Taiwan, pledged Saint Lucia’s support during a meeting with Vice President Lai Ching-te.

Writing on Facebook, Hilaire disclosed that he expressed heartfelt appreciation on behalf of the Government and People of Saint Lucia for Taiwan’s continued development support.

“I have reaffirmed our commitment to recognising Taiwan as part of the global community and actively participating in international organisations,” he stated.

On Monday, Taiwan failed to get an invitation to the World Health Organization’s annual assembly.

The assembly runs from May 21-30.

Taiwan criticised what it described as its unfair and unjust exclusion from the event, asserting that it was due to pressure from mainland China.

China claims sovereignty over Taiwan, declaring that Taiwan is not a separate country but part of ‘one China’ governed by Beijing.

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1 COMMENT

  1. St Lucia needs help with medical care and police care Taiwan please assist us, if you want good medical care 1 must go to FF or USA. St Lucia doesn’t even have an MRI machine! Police don’t have walkie-talkies or vest cameras or even rubber bullets and proper taser’s , maces ect basic equipment is lacking severely on this island the shortages are immense and Taiwan our water system is ridiculous, any way to bring in heavy equipment to assist with desalting the dam? B C St Lucia is just wanting to build build build yet can’t even supply the island sufficienttly Now with water, in Cap on average we receive water 2 days out of the week for months now, but u can bet yo arse sandals golf club house has Wasco flow yup!….Y ou’re agricultural here is outstanding work and off the charts in helping so many communities in St. Lucia. Thank you.

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