Lithuanian president's Taiwan office comments reflect internal politics: scholars

01/05/2022 02:51 PM
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Vilnius/Taipei, Jan. 5 (CNA) The Lithuanian president's criticism on Tuesday of his country's decision to allow the opening of a Taiwan representative office with "Taiwanese" in its name was more a reflection of a power struggle within the Baltic state's domestic politics than a change in the country's Taiwan policy, experts on the issue told CNA.


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