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Prime Minister John Briceño says meeting Belizean students in Taiwan was ‘most enjoyable’

Posted: Friday, March 11, 2022. 4:29 pm CST.

Photo courtesy: Office of the Prime Minister

By Rubén Morales Iglesias:

“Today was a most enjoyable day,” said Prime Minister John Briceño after meeting with Belizean students studying in Taiwan.

Prime Minister Briceño is leading an eight-member delegation to Taiwan where he has been meeting with Taiwanese dignitaries and discussing investments between the two countries. During his one-week visit, The Prime Minister has received the Order of Propitious Clouds from President Tsai Ing-Wen and an honorary doctorate from Kunshan University of Science and Technology in Tainan.

“We got to share moments with our Belizean students studying in Taiwan. The scholarship programme from Taiwan has been one of the largest and most influential cooperation programmes, allowing our people to develop in their chosen professional field and returning to our country to play lead roles in our different sectors,” said Prime Minister Briceño.

Hundreds of Belizean students have received scholarships to study in Taiwan over the last 28 years. Last year, 51 more students left for Taiwan under Taiwan government scholarships.

“This collaboration is a gift… a partnership that keeps on giving and reaping dividends for our developing nation,” said Prime Minister Briceño.

 

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