February 22, 2012 | 5:04 pm | Print
Above: PM Dr Denzil Douglas with Taiwanese Foreign Minister Timothy Chin-Tien Yang during a visit last year (Photo: CUOPM)
By the Caribbean Journal staff
Taiwanese Foreign Minister Timothy Chin-Tien Yang will lead a six-member delegation to St Kitts and Nevis on a three-day official visit next month.
The delegation will meet with St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Dr Denzil Douglas, Foreign Minister Sam Condor and pay a courtesy call on Governor General Sir Cuthbert Sebastian.
The two countries have been partnering on a number of projects in recent months, from a new agro-tourism project that broke ground last month to a solar panel pilot programme that provides green energy to government buildings in Basseterre.
Joining the Foreign Minister will be Chin-Mu Wu, director general of Taiwan’s Department of Latin American and Caribbean Affairs, Shu-Hui Lee, the department’s section chief and several other officials.
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