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Legislative Yuan President Su Jia-chyuan delivers speech on parliamentary diplomacy at MOFA

Legislative Yuan President Su Jia-chyuan delivers speech on parliamentary diplomacy at MOFA

Legislative Yuan President Su speaks about parliamentary diplomacy.

President Su offers concrete examples of parliamentary diplomacy.

President Su offers concrete examples of parliamentary diplomacy.

President Su presents a special gavel to Foreign Minister Wu.

President Su presents a special gavel to Foreign Minister Wu.

2018 Pacific Islands Leadership Program with Taiwan draws to a close

2018 Pacific Islands Leadership Program with Taiwan draws to a close

Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs José María Liu presided over the closing ceremony of the 2018 Pacific Islands Leadership Program with Taiwan (PILP) on October 24. Ambassadors and Representatives from such nations as Australia, the Marshall Islands, Nauru, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, and the United States joined Vice Minister Liu at the ceremony to witness 22 participants from 12 Pacific Island nations complete the program. The participants also gave a lively and colorful performance to thank Taiwan and the United States for having organized the PILP, bringing this year’s program to a very satisfying conclusion.

Foreign Minister Joseph Wu hosts the Commencement for the Newly Recruited Diplomatic (G51) and Administrative (G15) Personnel Training Program.

Foreign Minister Joseph Wu hosts the Commencement for the Newly Recruited Diplomatic (G51) and Administrative (G15) Personnel Training Program.

Foreign Minister Dr. Joseph Wu hosts the Commencement for the newly recruited diplomatic (G51) and administrative (G15) personnel at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on August 3, 2018. Minister Wu encourages all graduates to be creative and forward-thinking in their future work. He also advises the new recruits to shoulder the responsibility of upholding Taiwan’s sovereignty, rise to future challenges and never give up.

Foreign Minister Dr. Joseph Wu meets with MOFA’s newly recruited diplomatic personnel (G51) at the Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs (IDIA)

Foreign Minister Dr. Joseph Wu meets with MOFA’s newly recruited diplomatic personnel (G51) at the Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs (IDIA)

Foreign Minister Dr. Joseph Wu meets with the newly recruited diplomatic personnel (G51) at the Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs (IDIA) on May 9, 2018. He encourages the diplomats-to-be to continue to enhance their professional ability, enrich themselves and be creative in their future work.

IDIA Hosts Symposium on “The Opportunities and Challenges of Taiwan’s Economy and Trade” at MOFA

IDIA Hosts Symposium on “The Opportunities and Challenges of Taiwan’s Economy and Trade” at MOFA

As an effort to help boost Taiwan’s economy, the IDIA holds the first of a series of economic symposiums on April 13, 2018, to enhance MOFA colleagues’ understanding of domestic and international economic issues and enable them to attract foreign business and investment when posted overseas. Dr. Chung-shu Wu, president of the Chunghua Institution for Economic Research (CIER) and Dr. Chiou Jiunn-rong, deputy minister of the National Development Council (NDC) speak on “The Opportunities and Challenges of Taiwan’s Economy and Trade.” Minister Jaushieh Joseph Wu and more than 150 MOFA colleagues attend the symposium.

Foreign Minister Dr. David Tawei Lee hosts the Opening Ceremony for the Newly Recruited Diplomatic (G51) and Administrative (G15) Personnel Training Program.

Foreign Minister Dr. David Tawei Lee hosts the Opening Ceremony for the Newly Recruited Diplomatic (G51) and Administrative (G15) Personnel Training Program.

Foreign Minister Dr. David Tawei Lee hosts the Opening Ceremony for the Newly Recruited Diplomatic and Administrative Personnel Training Program at the Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs (IDIA) on January 22, 2018. Minister Lee encourages all new recruits to rise to future challenges by staying humble and being lifelong learners.

VP Chen lauds PILP's success in boosting Pacific islands ties

VP Chen lauds PILP's success in boosting Pacific islands ties

The Pacific Islands Leadership Program with Taiwan is helping strengthen relations with Republic of China (Taiwan) diplomatic allies in the region and enhance the nation’s international visibility, Vice President Chen Chien-jen said Oct. 18.

Pacific Islands Leadership Program wraps up in Taipei

Pacific Islands Leadership Program wraps up in Taipei

The 2017 Pacific Islands Leadership Program with Taiwan concluded Oct. 25 in Taipei City, spotlighting the nation’s role in fostering development across the region. Under the initiative jointly organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs and Hawaii-based East-West Center, 26 attendees from 10 Pacific island countries—including Republic of China (Taiwan) diplomatic allies Kiribati, Nauru, Palau and Solomon Islands—took part in seminars, tours and workshops during their five-week stay in the country. These activities followed six weeks of leadership courses at the center in Honolulu. At the closing ceremony, MOFA and EWC signed a memorandum of understanding extending the initiative until 2022, with the two sides seeking to empower a further 102 young leaders over the next five years. According to Deputy MOFA Minister Paul Wen-liang Chang, PILP has grown into one of the most prominent leadership training programs in the regio

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