Curtis to speak with Taiwan Ambassador Bi-khim Hsiao |Congressman Curtis

Curtis will meet with Taiwan Ambassador Bi-khim Hsiao

washington d.c. – Tomorrow, Rep. John Curtis is scheduled to speak with Rep. Hsiao at the annual Stewart Security Summit. Media reports indicate that Chinese military exercises will be held simultaneously in Taiwan’s sovereign territory during this period.

“Recent events, including President Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, show the importance of America’s partnership with Taiwan,” Rep. Curtis said. “I have long called for fair treatment of Taiwan internationally and closer ties between our democracies, and appreciate the opportunity to speak with Representative Hsiao about American support for Taiwan.”Curtis will meet with Taiwan Ambassador Bi-khim Hsiao“Recent events, including President Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, show the importance of America’s partnership with Taiwan,” Rep. Curtis said. “I have long called for fair treatment of Taiwan internationally and closer ties between our democracies, and appreciate the opportunity to speak with Representative Hsiao about American support for Taiwan.”

Curtis will speak with Hsiao at the annual Stewart Safety Summit, hosted by Rep. Chris Stewart (UT-02).

Ahead of the summit, President Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan and met with Taiwanese lawmakers and Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, offering assurances of US support for the island democracy that China claims as its own. .

For more information on the event, please visit the link.

Background:

Congressman Curtis lived in Taiwan for several years and his TAIPEI law, signed into law in March 2020, was the most substantial legislation passed to support Taiwan against Chinese coercion in 40 years. TAIPEI Law:

  • High-level visits encouraged by US officials to Taiwan
    • The United States has adopted the policy of supporting Taiwan’s inclusion in relevant international organizations
    • Created a strategy to oppose poaching by China of Taiwan allies
    • Call for deeper economic integration with Taiwan, up to a free trade agreement

The congressman also has bills for:

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