Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen awarded the former Secretary of State Pompeo with a medal for making many progress in Taiwan-US relations during his tenure.

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen met with former US Secretary of State Tsai Ing-wen, who is visiting Taipei, at the Presidential Office Building on the 3rd.

President Cai said, "Major progress has been made in relations between Taiwan and the United States," citing the fact that while Mr. Pompeo was in office, the U.S. government lifted restrictions on contact with Taiwanese officials due to consideration for China. I brought a lot, "and awarded the medal.

In response, former Secretary Pompeo said that the restrictions had been lifted, saying, "Everything was a very simple and correct decision, and the United States was bipartisan. It is in the interests of the United States and Taiwan. Helps continue to deepen. "

In addition, President Cai touched on the situation in Ukraine, emphasizing that Taiwan is also providing sanctions against Russia and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine, and former Secretary of State Pompeo said, "I am grateful for Taiwan's contribution."

President Cai has been meeting with an informal delegation who visited Taiwan on the intention of President Biden on the 2nd, and he visited a series of bipartisan dignitaries facing the military threat of China. We welcome it as it will lead to further strengthening of relations with the United States.