Posted: Tuesday, August 30, 2022. 7:36 pm CST.
Photo Credit: GOB Press Office
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: Belize and Taiwan discuss potential projects for Belize under the Taiwan International Cooperation and Development Fund’s (TaiwanICDF) Impact Frontier Lab Project (IF Lab).
“On August 29, 2022, Dr. Osmond Martinez, CEO of the Ministry of Economic Development, met with H.E. David Kuan-Chou Chien, Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan), to discuss potential projects for Belize under the Taiwan International Cooperation and Development Fund’s (TaiwanICDF) Impact Frontier Lab Project (IF Lab),” said a press release by the Government of Belize Press Office.
The meeting was also attended by Carlos Pol, Director of the Climate Finance Unit in the Ministry of Economic Development; Professor Lien-Wen Liang, Taiwan ICDF Board Member; Stan Ma, Senior Manager of Hyweb Technology in Taiwan; and staff of the Taiwan Embassy and the Taiwan Technical Mission in Belize.
“The IF Lab was initiated in 2021, emphasizing the importance of people-centered international aid and partnership for progress, innovation, and sustainable development.”
According to the Press Office, both countries have expressed interest to further their already fruitful collaboration in the areas of research and development, science and technology, and value-added products. These areas are all in line with the Government of Belize’s Medium-Term Development Strategy.
“The Government of Belize looks forward to the continued partnership with the Taiwan Embassy and the Taiwan Technical Mission in Belize as all sides exchanged the importance of bilateral cooperation in enhancing the welfare of Belizean people,” said the GOB Press Office.
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