May 29, 2009, 7:04 AM
Despite being far away geographically
This was clearly manifested by the recent visit of the Taiwanese Foreign Affairs Minister to The Gambia.
The fact that The Gambia was the first port of call for Minister Ou since he assumed the post few months ago speaks volumes about how special the administration of president Ma Ying-jeou sees their relations with The Gambia to be.
During his four-day official visit, Minister Ou also visited some projects who benefited from his country's benevolence namely RVTH, Siffoe and Banjulunding women's garden.
We thank him for the visit and for choosing The Gambia as the first country to visit since assuming office.
The efforts of
As a true partner,
Over the years,
The government of President Ma Ying Jeou has reaffirmed their resolve to maintain and strengthen relations with The Gambia. This is both welcome and encouraging.
In a letter addressed to President Jammeh on
On this very important day, while we celebrate with our Taiwanese friends, we once again call on the UN and other world bodies to consider admitting
We would also like to congratulate the Governments of Taiwan and The Gambia for the building the relationship for the benefit of their two peoples.