Nevis: Premier Mark Brantley met with Foreign Minister of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Dr Jaushieh Joseph Wu who visited St Kitts and Nevis for the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Independence.
While giving warm reception to the foreign Minister, Premier Brantley said that it is honour to host Dr Wu. He said that the interaction was quite fruitful as they discussed several matters of concerns.
Premier Brantley had lunch with the delegation of the Foreign Minister of the Republic of China (Taiwan). During the meeting, the cordial interaction was held between them, featuring discussion on the critical matters such as investment and trading.
He said, ”Today as part of our independence celebrations, Nevis had the signal honour to host Foreign Minister of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Dr Jaushieh Joseph Wu. We had lunch with his delegation and were able to discuss many matters of mutual interest.”
Mark Brantley also accompanied him at the Malcolm Guishard Recreational Park which was funded by Taiwan. The tour of the park was also held during the visit.
We then proceeded to the Malcolm Guishard Recreational Park (which was funded by Taiwan) where Nevisian Mandarin students presented in Mandarin to the Foreign Minister and his delegation,”said the premier Brantley.
They also visited Seal My Sip and enjoyed Bubble Tea, a delicacy from Taiwan, now being made in Nevis. He added,”We thereafter toured the Park and ended at Seal My Sip where we enjoyed Bubble Tea, a delicacy from Taiwan, now being made in Nevis.”
Premier Mark Brantley extended gratitude to Joseph and his team for making efforts in strengthen the diplomatic relations between St Kitts and Nevis and Taiwan.
He said that St Kitts and Nevis is celebrating 40 years of Independence and 40 years of cordial diplomatic relations with Taiwan.
“I thank my dear friend Joseph and his team who have done so much to deepen and strengthen ties between St Kitts Nevis and Taiwan. As we celebrate 40 years of Independence and 40 years of diplomatic relations with Taiwan I think that it is irrefutable that Taiwan remains not just our friend but our best friend,”said the premier.