Author Archives: Taiwan

Question / Renewable Energy: Taiwan

Q Asked by Mr George Howarth (Knowsley) Asked on: 21 November 2018 Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Renewable Energy: Taiwan / 194065 To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, what steps his Department is taking to co-operate with Taiwan on renewable energy; and whether his Department plans actively […]

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Question / Taiwan: Climate Change

Q Asked by Scott Mann (North Cornwall) Asked on: 19 November 2018 Foreign and Commonwealth Office Taiwan: Climate Change / 192926 To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, whether his Department recognises Taiwan’s efforts and contribution on combating climate change; and if his Department will support Taiwan’s participation as an observer […]

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Question / Interpol: Taiwan

Q Asked by Mr Philip Hollobone (Kettering) Asked on: 06 November 2018 Home Office Interpol: Taiwan / 188779 To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if he will support the granting of observer status to Taiwan at the 87th Interpol General Assembly in Dubai from 18 to 21 November 2018. A Answered […]

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Question / Interpol: Taiwan

Q Asked by Lord Steel of Aikwood Asked on: 05 November 2018 Foreign and Commonwealth Office Interpol: Taiwan / HL11292 To ask Her Majesty’s Government what representations, if any, they have made to secure an observer place for Taiwan at the forthcoming General Assembly of Interpol, and for that country to have access to the […]

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Statement on supporting Taiwan’s meaningful participation in INTERPOL General Assembly 2018

As the Co-Chairs of the British-Taiwanese All-Party Parliamentary Group, we have for many years supported Taiwan’s meaningful participation in international organisations where Taiwan can make concrete contributions, including INTERPOL. Therefore, we were dismayed to learn that Taiwan has yet to be invited to participate in the upcoming 87th INTERPOL General Assembly in Dubai as an […]

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Statement on M503 Flight Route’s Impact to the Cross-Strait Status Quo

As the co-chairs of the British-Taiwanese All-Party Parliamentary Group, we are dismayed to learn that China’s civil aviation authority unilaterally announced on 4 January 2018 that it would activate four air routes along its southeast coast without prior consultation with Taiwan. The new northbound M503 route with its three east-west extension routes, which are critically […]

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