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2012-09-11The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) of the Republic of China (Taiwan) solemnly reiterates its position towards Taiping Island
2012-08-05The government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) proposes the East China Sea Peace Initiative
2012-06-28The ROC government congratulates Egypt on electing a new president
2011-10-06The government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) recognizes Libya’s National Transitional Council
2010-06-02Statement regarding the incident of South Korean warship “The Cheonon”
2009-05-11The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China solemnly declares statement on the governments of Malaysia and Vietnam filed a Joint Submission to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf of the United Nations, extending the outer limits of their respective continental shelf 200 nautical miles beyond their shorelines.
2009-02-06Solemn declaration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China concerning the Philippine Senate Bill 2699 and House Bill 3216
2008-02-21The Republic of Kosovo officially declared independence on February 17, 2008. As of today, the Republic of China (Taiwan) formally recognizes the Republic of Kosovo. On behalf of the people and government of Taiwan, Minister of Foreign Affairs James C.F. Huang extends his congratulations to the people and government of Kosovo.
2008-01-14To maintain the national dignity, sovereignty and interests of the Republic of China (Taiwan), the government of Taiwan is terminating diplomatic relations with the Republic of Malawi and suspending all aid projects for that country with immediate effect.
2007-06-07For the sake to uphold the national interests and dignity of the country, the government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) has decided to terminate formal relations with the Republic of Costa Rica and cease all cooperation projects between the two countries.
2007-05-01The government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and the government of Saint Lucia, wishing to strengthen the friendship based on equality and reciprocity that exists between the two countries, have decided to resume full diplomatic relations as of today.
2006-08-09The government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) expresses its strongest regret that the government of the Republic of Chad has decided to establish formal ties with the PRC.
2005-10-27The Ministry of Foreign Affairs makes the following solemn statement: Following monetary promises and pressure from the People's Republic of China (PRC), President Abdoulaye Wade of the Republic of Senegal sent a letter to President Chen, Shui-bian today (25th), announcing the resumption of the Republic of Senegal's diplomatic ties with the PRC and that it would maintain only economic, business and cultural relations with the Republic of China (ROC).
2005-05-14The Government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and the Government of the Republic of Nauru, being desirous of strengthening the friendship and close mutual cooperation between the two countries, have decided to restore their full diplomatic relations as of May 14, 2005.
2005-01-28In order to uphold our national interests and dignity, the government of the Republic of China has decided to sever diplomatic relations with Grenada as of today.
2004-11-03Foreign Minister Chen announces that the Republic of Vanuatu and the Republic of China(Taiwan)have already established full diplomatic relations with effect from November 3, 2004
2004-03-30The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China solemnly states that it is terminating diplomatic relations with the Commonwealth of Dominica as of today.
2004-01-27The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issues the following solemn statement: the government of the Republic of China...
2003-07-24For the purpose of enhancing the substantive cooperation between the Republic of China and the Slovak Republic in trade, investment, culture, tourism and other fields...
2003-07-18In regards to the coup d'etat that occurred in the Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe on July 16, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China makes the following statement: