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Saint Lucia Congratulates New Taiwan President, Vice President

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Prime Minister Hon. Philip J. Pierre and the Government of Saint Lucia congratulate The Republic of China (Taiwan) President-elect H.E. Lai Ching-Te and Vice-President-elect H.E. Ambassador Hsiao Bi-Khim on their well-earned electoral triumphs.

This momentous occasion not only marks a significant chapter in Taiwan’s political landscape but also strengthens the bonds between our nations.

The Government of Saint Lucia values the principles of democracy, peace, and prosperity, and applauds the people of Taiwan for their active participation in the democratic process.

Prime Minister Hon. Philip J Pierre and the Government of Saint Lucia look forward to strengthened ties and collaboration between our nations.

Prime Minister Pierre wishes the new government under President-Elect H.E. Lai Ching-Te and Vice-President-elect H.E. Ambassador Hsiao Bi-Khim continued success, unity, and prosperity.

SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister. Photo Courtesy CNA: Left to Right  Lai Ching-Te and Hsiao Bi-Khim)

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  1. PJP, Taiwan is between the top five countries who erans the highest in the world some 400billion+ and we give them support at UN for what, 2 cents. You see how dumb, stupid and foolish we are?

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