Bipartisan Group Of U.S. Senators Proposes Legislation To Encourage Secretary Of State To Help Taiwan Regain WHO Observer Status

Taiwan News: U.S. senator advocates for Taiwan to join WHO against China’s bullying
“On Thursday, two U.S. senators proposed … a bill to help Taiwan regain its observer status in the World Health Organization (WHO) ahead of the annual global assembly May 21-26. … Senators Jim Inhofe [R-Okla.] and [Bob] Menendez [D-N.J.] called for the secretary of state on Thursday to develop a strategy for Taiwan to regain observer status in the WHO ahead of the May 21-26 [World Health A]ssembly. The senators are joined by two other senators, John Cornyn [R-Texas] and Marco Rubio [R-Fla.], as original cosponsors of the bill…” (Yang, 4/20).

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