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  • Date:2022-07-07

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan) is responsible for the nation's diplomacy and foreign relations. Article 141 of the ROC Constitution states that "The foreign policy of the Republic of China shall, in a spirit of independence and initiative and on the basis of the principles of equality and reciprocity, cultivate harmonious relations with other nations, and respect treaties and the Charter of the United Nations, in order to protect the rights and interests of overseas compatriots, promote international cooperation, advance international justice and ensure world peace.” The Ministry of Foreign Affairs defends the sovereignty and national interests in accordance with the Constitution. It also works in full-speed in implementing foreign policies that enhance Taiwan's prosperity and promoting foreign relations that strengthen its international status.

The Republic of China (Taiwan) is persistent in realizing its steadfast diplomacy that aims at mutual benefit and peace, creating sustainable partnerships with diplomatic allies, and strengthening substantive ties in multiple fields with friendly and like-minded countries. Taiwan actively engages the world, continuously strives for international participation and makes affluent contributions to the international community. Taiwan also exerts its soft power and, through means of international cooperation and humanitarian aids, elevates its excellent profile in the international arena and manifest itself as a true force for good in the world.