Taipei – March 21, 2023. Taiwan and Germany today signed an agreement for cooperation in the field of science and technology in the presence of Taiwan’s Minister of Science and Technology Wu Cong-tsung (吳政忠) and German Federal Minister of Education Bettina Stark-Wtzinger.
As reported by the Liberty Times, the agreement was signed by Taiwan’s representative in Germany, Shih Ji Wei (謝志偉), and the German representative in Taiwan, Director General of the German Institute in Taiwan Jörg Polster.
Wu said he was happy about this historic moment. When he visited Europe in November last year, he invited Minister Stark-Watzinger to Taiwan, but he did not expect that they would come to Taiwan in four months.
The German minister was invited to Taiwan to discuss issues covered by the agreement, including artificial intelligence, semiconductors, lithium batteries and green energy development. Another important topic of Starck-Witzinger’s visit, Wu said, is Chinese language lessons for young Germans.
Stark-Witzinger explained that this agreement means strengthening cooperation based on democratic values, transparency, openness, reciprocity, and scientific freedom.
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