Presidential office refutes media reports of Taiwan being low key at UN assembly

Radio Taiwan International
Date: 2017-08-07

Recent media reports have it that Taiwan is going to present its voice in a more low key manner at the upcoming United Nations General Assembly in September. That’s in light of increased tensions across the strait as well as China’s upcoming 19th National Congress and the new US administration.

But Presidential Office Spokesman Alex Huang refuted those reports on Monday. He said that Taiwan is not planning to be especially low key at the UN General Assembly. Huang said that Taiwan is making plans for its work in relevant United Nations organizations. This includes having allies speak out and organizing other activities in the area.

The reports had said that Taiwan did not have plans to promote Taiwan’s interests besides having allies speak out for them.    [FULL  STORY]

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