Taiwan and the United States hold their first meeting

Taiwan and the United States held their first formal, publicly recognized meeting in Washington under the new Biden administration.

Taiwan’s real ambassador to Washington is Xiao B-Kim and Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and the Pacific Chung Kim.

Since January 20, President Joe Biden’s government has taken steps to reaffirm their commitment to Taiwan. “Solid like a rockEspecially after China stepped up military operations near the island after the inauguration of Joe Biden.

Xiao B-Kim, Taiwan’s real ambassador to Washington, will visit the U.S. on February 10 and East Asia in the Pacific. Chung Kimi, who was assistant secretary of state, said he had met.

«I had a good meeting today with USAsia Pacific Acting Assistant Secretary Chung Kim and his intellectual team, where we covered a number of issues of mutual interest, reflecting our strong and broad coalition.Xiao B-Kim wrote on his Twitter account.

«The United States is deepening ties with Taiwan, a leading democracy and a key economic and security ally“, He announced on his Twitter account.

On January 20, Taiwan’s representative Xiao B-Kim attended Joe Biden’s inauguration for the first time. In fact, the inauguration committee officially invited the Taiwanese representative to Washington on an unprecedented basis. According to President Chai Ing-wen, this call is a good sign for a future relationship.

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