Vatican-China Agreement Will Hopefully Open Up Religious Freedom: Lee

Poster:Post date:2018-09-17
Issue:(Chinese Politics)
(CNA, By Huang Ya-shi and Ko Lin) According to Matthew S.M. Lee, the Republic of China (Taiwan) Ambassador to the Holy See, the landmark agreement between the Vatican and China, while aiming to bring the unauthorized and state-backed Chinese Catholic communities together, is solely based on religion. However, Lee did not give any comments on whether the agreement would affect diplomatic ties between Taiwan and the Vatican. <Accessed 2018-09-18>  
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