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Bilateral exchanges between Taiwan and Solomon Islands On the Line
2018-03-11
  • Bilateral exchanges between Taiwan and Solomon Islands

    Bilateral exchanges between Taiwan and Solomon Islands

    President Tsai Ing-wen expressed appreciation for the support of the Solomon Islands in the international arena (Photo by CNA)
  • Bilateral exchanges between Taiwan and Solomon Islands

    Bilateral exchanges between Taiwan and Solomon Islands

    The ambassador of Solomon Islands, Amb.Joseph Pius Waleanisia
  • Bilateral exchanges between Taiwan and Solomon Islands

    Bilateral exchanges between Taiwan and Solomon Islands

    The ambassador of Solomon Islands, Amb.Joseph Pius Waleanisia
  • Bilateral exchanges between Taiwan and Solomon Islands

    Bilateral exchanges between Taiwan and Solomon Islands

    The ambassador of Solomon Islands, Amb.Joseph Pius Waleanisia

The ambassador of Solomon Islands, Amb.Joseph Pius Waleanisia said there are many exchanges going on between Taiwan and the Solomon Islands and he said Taiwan Youth Ambassador Exchange program is instrumental in promoting culture and friendship between Taiwan and the Solomon Islands. The young people from Taiwan visit the Solomon Islands for a week, participate in cultural activities and interact with local students. The ambassador said he hopes to see that happen more.

 

Amb.Joseph Pius Waleanisia said the Solomon Islands will continue to support Taiwan’s participation in the international organizations as Taiwan and the Solomon Islands share a common concern with world leaders on climate change and other issues such as health and aviation. 

 

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