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Premier Says No Shift on ‘Comfort Women’ Stance

Poster:Post date:2018-09-27
Catergory:News
Region:(Taiwan),(Regional Issues)
Issue:(Japan Policy)
(Taipei Times, By Sean Lin)
Premier William Lai said Tuesday at the Legislative Yuan that the government’s stance on the “comfort women” issue has not waned. Lai said that Representative to Japan Frank Hsieh has repeatedly made Taiwan’s stance on the issue known to Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Lai also answered a number of other questions regarding the recent incident with a comfort woman statue in Tainan and other topics. <Accessed 2018-09-27>  
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