Taiwan Has Become a Political “Mark” Place, and British Parliamentarians Also Organize a Delegation to Go to Taiwan

The visit of US House Speaker Pelosi to Taiwan has produced international effects and further made Taiwan the focus of international attention. Letting Taiwan change its fate of being marginalized by the international community, become a new attraction on the international political stage, and increase Taiwan’s participation in international affairs.

The Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Commons of the British Parliament is also planning to send a delegation to visit Taiwan this year, as reported by the Guardian.

The report said Tom Tugendhat, chairman of the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee, was expected to be the leader of the British delegation. Tugendhat was a staunch supporter of Truss. Some analysts say that if Truss succeeds in her campaign and takes over as prime minister in September. She is likely to invite Tugendhat into the cabinet.

No matter what happens, it will not affect the plans of British lawmakers to visit Taiwan, according to a source.

Recently, Ms. Truss has repeatedly urged Western countries to ensure that Taiwan is not invaded by Communist China. In an interview with the media in June, she said Britain should provide weapons to Taiwan.

The report said Taiwan’s representative in London had not commented on plans for a visit by British lawmakers but told that Taiwan “welcomes any opportunities to strengthen its relations with Britain, including through visits from the UK”.

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