U.S. lawmakers reintroduce Taiwan Relations Reinforcement Act
Washington, March 26 (CNA) Two United States bipartisan lawmakers on Friday reintroduced the Taiwan Relations Reinforcement Act, which according to them, seeks to update U.S. policy toward Taiwan to better reflect U.S. values and the realities on the ground.
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