Palau supports Taiwan’s bid to join WHO

  • 10 January, 2021
Ambassador of Palau to Taiwan, Ambassador Dilmei Louisa Olkeriil
Ambassador of Palau to Taiwan, Ambassador Dilmei Louisa Olkeriil

Faced with the coronavirus, Taiwan has been as one of the few countries in the world that has successfully controlled the virus. Taiwan had had no local transmissions for 253 days until the first domestic case was reported on December 22, 2020.Ambassador of Palau to Taiwan, Ambassador Dilmei Louisa Olkeriil said even before the pandemic, she had repeatedly said Taiwan has one of the best health care systems in the world and with the pandemic sweeping across the world, her remark proves to be right again as Taiwan has still been able to keep the community safe from COVID transmission. She said the minister of health of her country has, for years, supported Taiwan’s bid to join the WHO (World Health Organization) adding that Palau has a population of 20,000 only and is a member of the WHO and the representatives of the UN should not leave out any country especially Taiwan with a population of 23 million.

Watch a short message from Ambassador Dilmei Louisa Olkeriil, the Ambassador of Palau in Taiwan.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWFTfRx5wPg&feature=youtu.be

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