Taiwan Travel Act Clears U.S. Senate Committee

Poster:Post date:2018-02-08
Region:(U.S. Policy)
Issue:(U.S.-Taiwan Relations),(U.S. Policy)
(CNA, Chiang Chin-yeh and Frances Huang) The U.S. Senate committee on Foreign Relations has passed a bill to encourage exchange visits by government officials between Taiwan and the United States. Currently, U.S. officials rarely visit Taiwan due to the United States' official ties with China and lack thereof with Taiwan. The Taiwan Travel Act aims to allow U.S. governmental officials at all levels to make visits to Taiwan.  
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