As Taiwan’s central news agency said on Dec. 3, a group led by Slovak Economy Minister Karol Galek will visit Taiwan from Dec. 5 to 10.
Then, he will host the first ministerial-level economic and trade consultative meeting between Taiwan and Slovakia.
As previously said in October of this year, Taiwan has dispatched a large-scale investigation expedition to Slovakia to look into the economy, trade, and business opportunities.
The two sides discussed cooperation and enhanced technology and supply chains, scientific research, trade, and investment.
In addition, seven memorandums of understanding (MOUs) were signed, including one on electric vehicles. Small and medium-scale digitalized intelligent cities are being developed. Enterprise, tourism partnerships, and a science park are just a few covered topics.
On the other hand, Taiwan Foreign Minister Joseph Wu said on Twitter ahead of his visit to Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and the European Union that, two countries both aspire for human rights, freedom, and the rule of law, and unity will make both sides an unstoppable force of kindness.