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Taiwan Will Ask U.N. Member States to Support its Inclusion, and Condemn China’s Military Actions

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Secretary-General Lily Hsu, center, at a news conference in Taipei yesterday explains the government’s plan to promote Taiwan’s bid to participate in UN organizations ahead of the start of the UN General Assembly next week. Photo: Lu Yi-hsuan, Taipei Times
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Secretary-General Lily Hsu, center, at a news conference in Taipei yesterday explains the government’s plan to promote Taiwan’s bid to participate in UN organizations ahead of the start of the UN General Assembly next week. Photo: Lu Yi-hsuan, Taipei Times

Taiwan would again ask its diplomatic allies and like-minded countries to voice support for the nation’s inclusion in the UN system, as the annual UN General Assembly is set to start next week, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said yesterday.

The ministry has continued to ask friendly nations to speak up during the upcoming assembly and to send a letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres during the 77th session of the General Assembly, MOFA Secretary-General Lily Hsu (徐儷文) said.

Hsu made the comment when announcing the ministry’s campaign for UN participation this year in the run-up to the annual event, which is to take place from Tuesday next week to Sept. 27 at the UN headquarters in New York.

The theme for the 77th session is “A watershed moment: Transformative solutions to interlocking challenges,” Hsu said.

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