WHO = The World Health Organization's annual meeting later this month has received calls from Europe and the United States to allow Taiwan to participate, but the Taiwanese authorities have revealed that the invitation has not arrived even by the registration deadline, and WHO Appeal to allow participation.

WHO's annual meeting will be held from the 24th of this month to discuss strengthening international cooperation in combating the new coronavirus.

Taiwan attended the annual meeting as an observer from 2009 to 2016, but since 2017 it has been uninvited due to opposition from China, and the U.S. Biden administration has now asked WHO to accept it. , G7 = The joint statement of the Foreign Ministers' Meeting of the seven major countries also expressed their intention to support participation.

A spokesman for Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Oe An, announced on the night of the 10th that the invitation had not arrived by the 10th of the registration deadline.

A European spokesman said, "I will do my best to win the right to participate," and told WHO Executive Director Tedros, "I will take a neutral position as an expert and respond to the voice of justice in the international community. We call on Taiwan to be invited again as soon as possible. "