President Tsai hoping to boost military ties with Taiwan's allies
ROC Central News Agency
Taipei, Oct. 19 (CNA) President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) told a group of senior military and police officers from Latin America and the Caribbean on Thursday that Taiwan is looking forward to deepening military exchanges and cooperation with other countries, particularly its diplomatic allies.
In a rapidly changing world, no country can face multiple challenges alone and must seek cooperation with others, Tsai told the officers from the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Paraguay -- all Taiwan's diplomatic allies -- and Peru.
Under Taiwan's military diplomacy policy, it is hoping to build military exchanges and cooperation with its allies through actions such as increased exchange visits by senior military personnel, military training and information sharing, she said.
Tsai said that since she took office in May 2016, exchange visits by high-ranking officials of Taiwan and its allies have become more frequent.
She also expressed gratitude to Taiwan's diplomatic allies for their support of the country's efforts to participate in international organizations and programs.
(By Yeh Su-ping and Evelyn Kao)
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