Czech Senate speaker meets with Taiwan’s President Liu expected to increase visits to European dignitaries September 3 at 6:46 p.m.
The chairman of the Senate, who is second only to the president in the Czech Republic, met with President Liu English in Taiwan, where he was visiting, and expressed his hope that the number of European dignitaries visiting Taiwan would increase in the future, he said, “We will set a set for Europe.”
The Chairman of the Czech Republic, Bistolchir, who has been visiting Taiwan since the 30th of last month, visited the presidential office on March 3 to meet with the President of the United Kingdom.
At the outset, President Liu stated that both companies had signed a memorandum of understanding during his visit, and that they were able to discuss the launch of direct flights, and that “Taiwanese and Czechs will not give in to pressure, speak up bravely, and be more actively involved in the international community.”
In response, Mr. Bistolchill said, “We thank Taiwan for its generous hospitality. We will set a set for Europe,” he said, showing hope that the number of European dignitaries visiting Taiwan will increase in the future.
At a press conference after the meeting, Mr. Bistolchir said that China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi had accused the chairman’s stance of supporting Taiwan as “crossed” one day, saying, “There is no line that senators should not visit Taiwan, and they have not crossed the line at all. China is trying to spread the ‘One China’ principle to the world, but countries in the Czech Republic and Europe have their own way of understanding this principle.”