The President of Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic the Czech Senate Miloš Vystrčil witnessed the signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding between 中華民國 對外貿易 發展 協會 - TAITRA and the Czech-Taiwanese Business Chamber.
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China Daily announced an anticipated ban of representatives participating in the recent business delegation to Taiwan. According to Pavel Diviš, "For China, the effect of these statements on domestic policy is more vital than what response they provoke at the international level. In the Czech Republic, this may be a surprise for those who believed that China does not threaten business with politics.”
Vystrčil helped to open the door to companies in Taiwan and the Asian market. Diviš argues that this visit has brought a breakthrough not only for the Czech Republic but for Europe. It took place at the time of a massive withdrawal of branches of Taiwanese companies from Mainland China, which are currently considering further expansion around the world.
Vystrčil considers the visit as highly fruitful in that it had built trust between the two countries and a foundation for further cooperation. Pavel Diviš added that Czech entrepreneurs had attended about 280 meetings with their Taiwanese counterparts. According to Pavel Fischer, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, the Czech Republic and Taiwan have agreed to strengthen cooperation in green innovation and defense industries.