Taiwan's vice president-elect meets U.S. national security officials
Washington, Feb. 5 (CNA) Vice President-elect Lai Ching-te (賴清德) met with White House National Security Council officials Wednesday in Washington, D.C., the highest-level Taiwanese official to meet with such officials since the U.S. switched diplomatic recognition from Taipei to Beijing in 1979.
(Full text of the story is now in CNA English news archive. To view the full story, you will need to be a subscribed member of the CNA archive. To subscribe, please read here.)
Taiwan forecast to see temperatures hitting 38 degrees next week08/20/2022 01:00 PM
Taiwan headline news08/20/2022 12:05 PM
Taiwan honors outgoing Palau Ambassador Olkeriil08/19/2022 10:46 PM
67 arrested on Southeast Asia human trafficking-related charges: police08/19/2022 10:17 PM