President Tsai receives former US deputy secretary of state Richard Armitage (2019/06/12)
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    President Tsai receives former US deputy secretary of state Richard Armitage (2019/06/12)

    President Tsai Ing-wen received a former U.S. deputy secretary of state and members of a U.S. think tank today in Taipei. During their sit-down, she said Taiwan-U.S. ties were the best they've been in recent years, and that she looked forward to deepening cooperation over trade and security.

    Greeting one another with a kiss on the cheek, President Tsai and former U.S. deputy secretary of state Richard Armitage were old friends reunited. Armitage had arrived in Taiwan with scholars from the Washington-based think tank Project 2049 Institute. President Tsai appeared in person to receive the delegation, and she took the opportunity to express her gratitude to the U.S.

    Tsai Ing-wen
    Over the past three years, we have cooperated and engaged closely in various fields, including security and the economy. For example, the U.S. government has announced three arms sales packages to strengthen Taiwan’s national security. Last month at the World Health Assembly, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar spoke up for Taiwan’s international participation. These are all demonstrations of U.S. support for Taiwan.

    Amid a boost in U.S. support, Taiwan-U.S. relations have become one of the Tsai administration’s stronger accomplishments over the past three years.

    Tsai Ing-wen
    The relationship between Taiwan and the U.S. has reached its best state in recent years. I look forward to witnessing new developments in Taiwan-U.S. relations, alongside our friends in the U.S.

    Richard Armitage
    Former US deputy state secretary
    We come asking nothing, wanting nothing, except – and I speak for all the members of my delegation – except for the sure fact that Taiwan has to determine her own future. The 24 million citizens of Taiwan have to have a free, open democratic process. They have chosen this. They have worked hard to make it come about. We’re in the middle of that process now. And we dedicate ourselves – the only thing we really want is that Taiwan, the citizens of Taiwan, can make these decisions freely and openly without outside interference.

    Armitage said he was in Taiwan without an agenda. But speaking on the upcoming presidential election, he said he hoped Taiwan would be able to determine its future without manipulation from outside forces.
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