The situation around Taiwan and the EU’s relationship with China and the Indo-Pacific region is an important topic in Brussels in the first days after the summer break. The EU is still talking with Thai representatives this week about an agreement to make supply chains in Asia more diverse, Gunnar Wiegand of the European External Action Service (EEAS) said at a meeting of the EU Parliament’s trade committee on Thursday. Similar talks and the signing of an agreement are planned with Malaysia on the sidelines of the Asean summit in November. Wiegand did not give any further details.
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