Basseterre, Saint Kitts (3 September, 2020) – The Republic of China (Taiwan) has demonstrated yet another time, its willingness to strengthen the communications capacity of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Aviation.
This commitment was evident on the morning of Thursday, 3rd September, 2020, when a number of laptop computers was handed over to Minister of Foreign Affairs and Aviation, the Honourable Mark Brantley in a brief ceremony at the Ministry on Port Zante.
Taiwan’s Resident Ambassador to Saint Kitts and Nevis, H.E. Tom Lee in lauding the seamless flow of communication between his Embassy and the Ministry, said he was extremely happy about Taiwan’s contribution to strengthening capacity at Foreign Affairs.
In accepting the laptops on behalf of the Ministry, Foreign Minister Brantley thanked Ambassador Lee for Taiwan’s unwavering support and assistance in almost every area of Saint Kitts and Nevis’ development. The Honourable Minister was quite heartened as, according to him, this is the second time since his appointment as Foreign Minister, that Taiwan has made this type of gesture.
The Minister also expressed the continued delight of his ministry to work with the Embassy of the ROC, and reiterated the commitment of the Government of Saint Kitts and Nevis to advocate for Taiwan’s participation in international fora at the upcoming United Nations General Assembly.
The brief ceremony was witnessed by the Permanent Secretary and staff of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Aviation.