Jul 11, 2018 General Comments Off on Former vice president Lien to embark on visit to Beijing
Taipei, Former Vice President and Kuomintang (KMT) Chairperson Lien Chan (??) is set to leave on a nine-day visit to Beijing Thursday, according to a press release from his office Wednesday.
The former vice president is scheduled to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping (???) and Vice Premier Wang Yang (??) Friday morning, reported Lien's office that day.
Lien will also deliver a speech at a forum jointly hosted by a cross-strait peace foundation affiliated with his office and a research center that studies cross-strait relations during the visit to Beijing, the press release said.
Lien will visit Beijing at the head of a delegation of more than 50 people, including Taiwan's former vice premier and minister of foreign affairs John Chiang (???), former minister of education Wu Ching-ji (???), New Party Chairperson Yok Mu-ming (???) and former NPB baseball player Kuo Tai-yuan (???), the release reported.
Lien hopes his visit will help improve cross-strait relations and boost development in Taiwan and China for the safety, dignity and wellbeing of Taiwanese people, amid the current instability in relations, according to his office.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel
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