US using concrete actions to maintain cross-strait peace: Tsai

Radio Taiwan International
Date: 2018-06-04

President Tsai Ing-wen says the United States has been using concrete actions to help

President Tsai with CNAS Director Victoria Nuland (CNA photo)

maintain cross-strait peace. Her remarks came Monday in a meeting with a delegation from a Washington-based think tank, the Center for a New American Security (CNAS).

President Tsai said there is strong bipartisan support in the US for relations between Taipei and Washington. She said she hopes that Taiwan can continue to work closely with the United States to expand mutually-beneficial cooperative efforts.

“Over the past two years, relations between Taiwan and the United States have continued to move in a positive direction. America’s [recent] announcement of new arms sales to Taiwan, reassurances of support for the Taiwan Relations Act, and its granting of a license to allow American firms to sell the country the technology needed to build submarines, indicate its support for Taiwan, and for using concrete actions to help maintain cross-strait peace,” said Tsai.

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