Oct 15, 2018 Business & Finance Comments Off on Honduran president sends thanks to Taiwan: spokesman
The Vatican, President Juan Orlando Hernandez of Honduras has thanked Taiwan for standing with the country through the good times and bad, Presidential Office spokesman Sidney Lin (???) said Monday.
The message was delivered by Honduran Vice President Olga Alvarado on behalf of Hernandez during talks with Vice President Chen Chien-jen (???) after a canonization ceremony held at the Vatican on Sunday, Lin said.
During the meeting, Chen also thanked Honduras on behalf of President Tsai Ing-wen (???) for the country's support and asked Alvarado to extend his greetings to Hernandez.
The two vice presidents talked about how to further strengthen exchanges and cooperation between Taiwan and Honduras, including in education, Lin said.
Alvarado thanked Taiwan for its scholarships for Honduran youth to help develop the country's industries of the future, Lin said.
Chen told Alvarado that Taiwan has good experience in cultivating talent, including developing young people in the fields of business management and that Taiwan is happy to share the knowledge with its allies, Lin said.
Chen also said he hoped the two countries will further deepen cooperation in the fields of agriculture, talent cultivation, medical care and other fields, Lin said.
Taiwan's vice president left Taiwan on Oct. 11, leading a delegation to the Holy See to attend a ceremony to canonize Pope Paul VI and six others Sunday and is scheduled to return to Taiwan on Tuesday.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel
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