USA supports Taiwan’s observer status at WHO

On Friday, US President Joe Biden signed a bill to help Taiwan regain its lost observer status at the World Health Assembly (WHA). The House of Representatives had passed the bill in late April without dissenting votes. The Republican and Democratic lawmakers who introduced it praised the president for his “support for Taiwan’s engagement”. Taiwan was making “immense contributions” to health protection, so the State Department should work to undermine China’s obstructionism.

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