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Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Taiwanese Government sign MOU

The Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Remus Li-Kuo Chen is preparing to leave the country.

The Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Remus Li-Kuo Chen is preparing to leave the country. His diplomatic posting comes to an end and he gave what might be his final public speech yesterday during the signing of a memorandum of understanding. The MOU is between the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Immigration and the Taiwanese Government for continued bilateral cooperation. Foreign Affairs Minister Eamon Courtenay says that the MOU aims at enhancing cooperation and collaboration in areas such as public health, agriculture, trade, and education. Ambassador Chen says this this MOU succeeds the 2017-2020 agreement and is complementary to the long-standing development cooperation programme between both countries.

Remus Li-Kuo Chen, Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan)

Remus Li-Kuo Chen, Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan): “As we all have heard this very important saying “A friend in need is a friend indeed.” We know how important this MOU means to our Belizean friends, brothers and sisters and we thank the beautiful, wonderful Belizean people for giving us the unique opportunity, the rare opportunity to be your trustworthy and reliable partner when the moment hat we can work together to rebound, to revitalize, to continue to let all the whole world know Belize and Taiwan have strong bonds of friendship.”

Hon. Eamon Courtenay, Minister of Foreign Affairs

Hon. Eamon Courtenay, Minister of Foreign Affairs: “The memorandum of understanding we endorsed today reseals the enduring solidarity of two determined nation states determined to enrich and develop our citizens, our entrepreneurs, our social partners and of course the apparatus of state. Indeed by these opportunities and experiences our friendship flourishes. That the Republic of China Taiwan seeks a peaceful place for its nation and people within the construct and norms of the international community will forever find unshakeable favor with us.”

The MOU’s lifespan is five years.