Jan 30, 2017 Culture Comments Off on Gov’t working on case of murdered Taiwanese national in Mexico
The government has been working hard to help solve the case of a Taiwanese businessman murdered in Mexico. That was the word from the foreign ministry on Monday.
A Taiwanese businessman was gunned down in the Mexican city of Leon on January 9. Chinese media claimed that the victim's family members have been unable to get official assistance in solving the case.
The foreign ministry refuted the claim, saying that Taiwan's representative in Mexico, Carlos Liao, immediately met with local officials to ask for help solving the case. A suspect was apprehended soon after, and Liao flew to the area where the crime was committed to express gratitude to the governor in person.
Liao also offered his condolences to the victim's father, who in turn thanked the government for its swift action and concern.
Source: Radio Taiwan International
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