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Taiwan, Somaliland foreign ministers talk cooperation in videoconference

Foreign Minister Joseph Wu described meeting as 'productive and rewarding'

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Taiwanese and Somaliland officials at Tuesday's videoconference. (Twitter, MOFA photo)

Taiwanese and Somaliland officials at Tuesday's videoconference. (Twitter, MOFA photo)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwanese Foreign Minister Joseph Wu (吳釗燮) on Tuesday (April 20) held a videoconference with Somaliland acting Foreign Minister Liban Yousuf Osman.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) wrote on Twitter Tuesday that the “productive and rewarding” dialogue touched upon multiple topics, including bilateral cooperation and joint pandemic prevention efforts.

Osman tweeted that the meeting was substantive and “underscored significant areas of mutual beneficial cooperation” between Taiwan and Somaliland.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Joanne Ou (歐江安) said that the meeting was courteous. She stated that Osman had thanked Taiwan for initiating the Maternal and Infant Healthcare Improvement Project, Fruit and Vegetable Increased Production and Quality Improvement Project, and Government Digitization Improvement Project.

Ou also noted that Osman had expressed gratitude to the Taiwanese government and private companies for providing epidemic prevention supplies and assistance. Both parties expressed their willingness to continue deepening their mutually beneficial partnership, the MOFA spokesperson remarked.


Updated : 2021-05-14 03:04 GMT+08:00