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“Give Taiwan A Voice” Campaign

Taiwan calls you to "send a wish lantern to show your support" as part of a campaign in New York city for UN bid, named as "Give Taiwan A Voice"

By: EBR - Posted: Tuesday, September 14, 2021

 Taiwan government plays a significant role in providing humanitarian assistance to people displaced by war in the Middle East and that can be proved by the key role the country plays in relevant big events.
Taiwan government plays a significant role in providing humanitarian assistance to people displaced by war in the Middle East and that can be proved by the key role the country plays in relevant big events.

Taiwan calls you to "send a wish lantern to show your support" as part of a campaign in New York city for UN bid, named as "Give Taiwan A Voice". It is an initiative of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York in the U.S. city. The main purpose is exactly to give Taiwan a voice- as regards the UN activities mechanisms and meetings concerning especially the issue of Sustainable Development Goals.

Taiwan government plays a significant role in providing humanitarian assistance to people displaced by war in the Middle East and that can be proved by the key role the country plays in relevant big events. An example is the "Road to a More Resilient Future: Sustainable Support for Syrian Refugees" conference that is organised by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York, the date of which is determined for September 16.

Taiwan is calling people around the world to support the country by lighting a virtual sky lantern with a supportive message. More information is provided in the campaign website, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Equally important is the Taiwan-U.S. Development Partnership Dialogue-Financing for Green, Resilient and Inclusive Development conference. Set to take place Sept. 22, the event will also be streamed via YouTube, the ministry said.

Involving experts and officials from agencies such as Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission, Taipei City-headquartered International Cooperation and Development Fund (Taiwan ICDF), the U.S. Department of the Treasury and U.S. Agency for International Development, the conference will focus on how participating countries can work together for a more sustainable future, the MOFA said.

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