Taiwanese Officials Fear Missing Deadline To Gain Invitation To World Health Assembly

Washington Free Beacon: Taiwan Unlikely to Overcome Chinese Roadblock to World’s Top Health Summit
“Taiwan is making a last-ditch appeal to the World Health Organization (WHO) to participate in its annual global health summit amid a concerted effort by China to block the island from admittance for the second year in a row. Despite the backing of key allies, including the United States, Taiwanese officials believe the effort is likely to fall short ahead of WHO’s May 7 deadline to issue invitations to the World Health Assembly (WHA)…” (Johnson, 5/3).

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