MAC chief vows to facilitate operations of 'three mini-links'
Taipei, Aug. 8 (CNA) The government will help the outlying counties of Lienchiang (Matsu) and Kinmen to resolve problems involving their direct transport links with China's Fujian Province -- commonly known as the "three mini-links," Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) Minister Chang Hsiao-yueh (張小月) said during a trip to Matsu.
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