Foundation of the Taiwan-Tibet exchanges
Within the framework of the efforts of rationalization of the administration, the Taiwanese government decided to carry out the dismantling of the departmental committee of the Mongolian Businesses and Tibetans, whose functions were transferred to the Fondation from the exchanges Taiwan-Tibet lately created.
The president of the Republic of China (Taiwan), Chen Shui-bian and the representative of the Government Tibetan in exile, Tashi Wangdi, assisted the January 20th 2003 with the inaugural ceremony of the foundation, which will be used as semi-official channel of communication between Taipei and the Gouvernement Tibetan in exile with Dharamsala, in India.
With this modification, the Taiwanese government seems to put a term at its claims on the Tibet and the Mongolia, attested by the presence of the commission of the Mongolian Businesses and Tibetans within the Cabinet.
Taipei and Ulan-Bator signed last year a draft-agreement for the exchange of representative offices. As for the businesses Tibetans, the two visits with Taipei of the Dalaï Lama, in 1997 and 2001, were treated like international businesses not raising of the departmental committee.
By its private nature, the new foundation will be more capable to bring an financial aid, technique, educational and humane with the Tibetans taken refuge in India. Day Sheng-tong, the current president of the National association of SME, chairs the new organization, while Hsiao Bi-khim, deputy, is the vice-president and Joseph Wu, general secretary of the Presidency of the Republic, the general secretary.
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