The US Congress Passes Bill to Help Taiwan Regain WHO Observer Status

According to Reuters on April 27, the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed legislation by a vote of 425-0, requiring the State Department to submit a strategic plan to help Taiwan regain its observer status at the World Health Organization (WHO) in an attempt to confront CCP’s pressure.Due to the CCP’s objection, Taiwan has been excluded from most global organizations including the WHO. During the pandemic, Taiwan’s response to the CCP virus won acclaim worldwide. Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the international community has been deeply wary of the CCP carrying out the same move on Taiwan, attracting much attention to the situation across the Taiwan Straits.It is reported that the bill, which was unanimously adopted by the Senate last August, will be sent to President Biden and signed into law.

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