Beijing Offers Development Fund if Solomon Islands Breaks Diplomatic Ties with Taipei

Poster:Post date:2019-09-05
Issue:(Taiwan’s Foreign Relations),(Cross-Strait Issues),(One China, Status Quo, and Taiwan Independence)
(South China Morning Post / Reuters) China has offered the Solomon Islands a development fund should the island nation switch diplomatic recognition from Taiwan to China. The task force responsible for evaluating the Solomon Islands' diplomatic relations has yet to complete their report on the issue of Taiwan's recognition, although the head of the task force has spoken about the possibility of a switch. <Accessed 2019-09-06>  
Last modification time:2019-09-06 AM 10:14

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