A delegation of US lawmakers visits Taiwan, less than 2 weeks after Pelosi's visit
- US lawmakers landed in Taiwan on Sunday for a visit that's part of a larger trip to the region.
- The visit comes less than two weeks after Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan.
A delegation of five US lawmakers landed in Taiwan less than two weeks after Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi made her trip to the self-governing island democracy.
The delegation is being led by Senator Ed Markey, Reuters reported. The trip is part of a larger visit to the Indo-Pacific region.
"The delegation will meet with senior Taiwan leaders to discuss US-Taiwan relations, regional security, trade and investment, global supply chains, climate change, and other significant issues of mutual interest," the de facto US embassy in Taiwan said.
Reuters, citing Markey's office reported that the trip was meant to "reaffirm the United States' support for Taiwan."
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