New Delhi : Two member Indian Leaders delegation today left New Delhi, India by Cathay Pacific airlines for Republic of China (Taiwan). They shall attend the inauguration of the 14th term of President & Vice President of ROC in Taipei.
Prof Madhav Das Nalapat, Director Department of Geo Politics, Manipal University and Vijay Jolly, Senior BJP Leader & President Delhi Study Group shall visit Taiwan from 18th to 22nd May 2016. Mr. Jolly shall present a handmade oil painting of the new First Women President of Taiwan to her at her inauguration ceremony in Taipei soon.
The Indian leaders shall attend the Inauguration ceremony of President Tsai Ing-wen ,the first female President in the Chinese speaking world and also of Vice President Chen Jian Ren at the Presidential Office Building Space in Taipei on Friday 20th May 2016.
The Foreign Minister of ROC Mr. David Yung- Lo Lin, shall host a dinner reception at the Taipei Guest House. While a separate dinner is also being hosted for the Indian leaders by Mr. Manish Chauhan , Director General India-Taipei Association .
A visit to the National Palace Museum and other historical places in Taiwan is also part of the official engagements of Indian leaders to Taiwan.
Chung Kwang Tien, Representative Taipei Economic & Cultural Centre in India hosted a farewell dinner for the departing Indian Leaders delegation at China Kitchen, Hyatt Regency, New Delhi.
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