[Epoch Times November 15, 2021](The Epoch Times reporter Zhong Yuan reported in Taipei) In response to a visit to Taiwan by a group of 12 members including six U.S. Senators and House representatives, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated on November 15 that U.S. Senator Ke The visit of Congressmen led by Ning to Taiwan will help further deepen the deep friendship between Taiwan and the U.S. Congress. AIT said that this itinerary is part of a trip to the Indo-Pacific region by members of Congress.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China pointed out on the 15th that U.S. Senator John Cornyn led a delegation to visit Taiwan from 9th to 11th. During this period, he met with President Tsai Ing-wen, visited the Secretary-General of the National Security Council Gu Lixiong, and met with Foreign Minister Wu Zhaoxie. Conducted video conferences, received a banquet from the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Zeng Houren, and met with the Minister of Defense Qiu Guozheng to exchange views on various important issues of Taiwan-US relations.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that Corning is a strong supporter of Taiwan in the U.S. Federal Senate. In February last year, he met with Vice President-elect Lai Qingde in Washington, and he also signed the Taiwan Friendship Proposal and joint letters many times, such as the Taipei Act. (TAIPEI Act) and a joint letter supporting Taiwan’s participation in the World Health Assembly (WHA).
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs pointed out that Corning is also an important promoter of Taiwan-Friendly Acts such as the “Chip Act” (CHIPS for America Act) and the “Taiwan Deterrence Act” (Taiwan Deterrence Act), and is committed to promoting Taiwan and the United States in key supply chains and security aspects. Cooperation.
Two senior senators, Mike Crapo and Mike Lee, have long supported various Taiwan friendly proposals and are also important friends of Taiwan in the United States. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Senator Tommy Tuberville, Representatives Tony Gonzales and Jake Ellzey are members of the new section of the American Congress and are very concerned about Taiwan affairs.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs emphasized that this delegation is the first large-scale delegation of American congressmen to visit Taiwan that spans the two houses since the epidemic. Their visit demonstrates the importance and consistent support of the United States to Taiwan-U.S. relations. We sincerely thank Coning and his party for their sympathy. As well as helping various important issues of Taiwan and the United States, I believe this trip will help further deepen the profound friendship between Taiwan and the United States.
The American Association in Taiwan (AIT) said on the 15th that U.S. Republican Senator Corning from Texas, Republican Senator Corib of Idaho, Republican Senator Lee Mack of Utah, and Republican Senator Taber of Alabama. Weir, as well as Republican Representative Gonzalez from Texas, and Republican Representative Alzie from Texas visited Taiwan on the 9th.
AIT said that this itinerary is part of a trip to the Indo-Pacific region by members of Congress. During the visit, members of the US Congress discussed US-Taiwan relations, regional security, and other important issues related to the interests of both sides with senior Taiwan leaders.
AIT pointed out that the delegation met with President Tsai Ing-wen, Secretary General of the National Security Council Gu Lixiong, Foreign Minister Wu Zhaoxie (Video), Deputy Foreign Minister Zeng Horen, and Defense Minister Qiu Guozheng on the 10th. Through these meetings, the delegation has the opportunity to exchange views with relevant people in Taiwan on a wide range of important issues between the United States and Taiwan.
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