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2017/05/04
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Taipei, May 3 (CNA) President Tsai Ing-wen on Wednesday told the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to stay on top of the French presidential runoff election scheduled for May 7.

Tsai said the ministry should also stay abreast of possible changes in French policy toward Taiwan and China in the wake of the election.

Tsai told the Foreign Ministry to continue to deepen Taiwan-France relations, whether in terms of politics, or exchanges of high-level visits, bilateral dialogue or agreements.

She also said that the ministry should think hard on how to build closer relations with France through a combination of culture and industry.

Tsai made the remarks at a Central Standing Committee meeting of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party.

Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen will face off in the French runoff.

Although Macron, 39, is a comparative political novice who has never held elected office, opinion polls have him easily winning the final clash against the 48-year-old Le Pen. 
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