President Tsai Ing-wen has given a report to her party's Central Standing Committee on her recent nine-day trip to Central America. Tsai's trip included stops in Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua and El Salvador and stopped over in Houston and San Francisco.
Chang Chih-hao, a spokesperson for Tsai's Democratic Progressive Party spoke about Tsai's trip.
"During this time, of course China has been watching us. President Tsai believed that the diplomatic trip went smoothly. There were no major waves. Chairperson Tsai is very grateful for the people who worked hard on the trip. But there is still much to be done. She has asked the foreign ministry to make a list of the things that need to be discussed and planned," Chang said.
Chang also said that Taiwan is putting behind the old model of one-sided aid to its allies and working towards mutually beneficial cooperation. He said that the government will also look for opportunities for trade and investment to help Taiwan's businesses reach global markets.
Source: Radio Taiwan International
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