Taiwan, Czech think tanks ink MOU on defense research cooperation
Taipei, July 7 (CNA) Taiwan's Institute for National Defense Security Research (INDSR) said Wednesday it has signed a memorandum of understanding with a Czech think tank to strengthen exchanges and cooperation on research in the areas of security and national defense.
The INDSR, established by Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense, said in a statement that it inked the MOU on June 30 in a virtual ceremony with the Czech Republic's European Values Center (EVC) for Security Policy.
The representatives from the two think tanks who attended the virtual signing ceremony included INDSR Chief Executive Officer Lin Chen-wei (林成蔚) and Deputy CEOs Po Hung-hui (柏鴻輝) and Ou Hsi-fu (歐錫富), as well as EVC Director Jakub Janda and Richard Kraemer, head of its Taiwan office that is slated to open in Taipei in the near future, according to the statement.
At the ceremony, Janda said Taiwan and the Czech Republic have common values of democracy, and through the MOU, the EVC will share European perspectives to deepen the bilateral cooperation.
The MOU marks the start of official cooperation between the Taiwan and Czech think tanks and the opening of a channel and platform for exchanges, Janda said.
Medigen expects results from Phase 3 vaccine trial in Paraguay in Q410/20/2021 09:58 PM
Badminton: Taiwan's Wang and Lee score first-round win at Denmark Open10/20/2021 09:28 PM
Taiwan delegation to hold investment forum, talks during Europe trip10/20/2021 09:14 PM
September export orders hit record high10/20/2021 08:18 PM
Taiwanese education kit for migrant workers wins Japan design award10/20/2021 07:52 PM