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Tsai thanks allies for backing Taiwan's international participation
Publish Date: 2017/05/11
Update Date: 2017/05/11
Taipei, May 10 (CNA) President Tsai Ing-wen said Wednesday that she was grateful for the support extended by Taiwan's diplomatic allies for its participation in international organizations and programs.

Taiwan's diplomatic allies have been speaking up on its behalf in many international forums and voicing support for its meaningful participation in international organizations and programs, Tsai said at the Presidential Office, where she was receiving a group of senior military and police officers from Latin America and the Caribbean.

"This valuable friendship will be remembered by the Taiwanese people," she told the senior military and police officers from Belize, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Paraguay, which are all Taiwan's diplomatic allies, as well as from Peru.

They are in Taiwan to participate in an international military exchange program between Taiwan and other countries, which has been in place for many years.

Tsai also mentioned that since she took office in May 2016, she has twice visited allies in Latin America, including Paraguay, Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala and El Salvador.

The president said Taiwan hopes to continue to develop substantial, mutually beneficial military, diplomatic and economic relations with its allies under its policy of "steadfast diplomacy." 
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