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Saint Lucia, Taiwan Sign Agreement For Mutual Assistance On Crime

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On Wednesday, August 16th, the signing of the Treaty on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters between the Government of Saint Lucia and the Government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) was held at the Ministry of Justice in Taipei.
The ceremony was also held virtually to accommodate for the attendance and participation of Saint Lucia’s Attorney General the Hon. Leslie Mondesir; and the Hon. Alva Baptiste, Minister of External Affairs, Trade, Civil Aviation, and Diaspora Affairs, as well as colleagues from within the Ministry.
H.E. Peter Chen Ambassador of Taiwan to Saint Lucia was also in attendance.
Locally, Minister of Justice Tsai, Ching-Hsiang, and Deputy Minister Tien, Chung-Kwang of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs were present, as well as Ambassador Dr. Robert Lewis and staff of the Embassy of Saint Lucia.
The treaty is a result of and testament to the extensive engagement between the two countries in such matters which began as early as 2014.

 

SOURCE: Embassy of Saint Lucia, ROC, Taiwan

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Bring in the canine units for drugs and mostly guns into customs around every container especially courts and big company names here in Lucia,.Shake Sh…t UP!
    We Thank you.

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