President Tsai Ing-wen received a delegation led by Osahon Enabulele, president of the World Association of Physicians this afternoon.
[Reporter Su Yongyao/Taipei Report] President Tsai Ing-wen met with the delegation led by Osahon Enabulele, President of the "World Medical Association" this afternoon, and thanked the World Medical Association for its long-term international support for Taiwan and its firm support for my country's participation in the "World Medical Association". WHO".
She also emphasized that Taiwan has the ability and willingness to make more contributions to the global public health medical system, and hopes to work together to inject more energy into the progress of public health medical care and human health and safety.
The president said that the World Medical Association has a deep relationship with Taiwan. In the past, it has visited Taiwan many times and participated in international seminars to conduct in-depth exchanges.
She said that the World Medical Association was founded more than 70 years ago and is the largest medical organization in the world.
For a long time, we have been adhering to the spirit of professionalism and independence, committed to promoting high-quality medical services, improving medical ethics and human rights, and our hard work has made outstanding contributions to the medical progress of mankind.
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President Tsai took this opportunity to thank the World Association of Physicians for its long-standing international stand for Taiwan and its firm support for our participation in the WHO. At the World Congress in October last year, he passed the proposal of the National Association of Physician Associations, "Support Taiwan as an observer Participate in WHO and related mechanisms” resolution.
The approval of this proposal not only represents the international affirmation of Taiwan's public health and medical profession; this news also makes the people of Taiwan feel very warm and excited.
Tsai Ing-wen emphasized that Taiwan has the ability and willingness to make more contributions to the global public health and medical system.
In the future, I hope to continue to cooperate with the World Medical Association and NGO organizations with similar ideas to contribute more to the world's medical human rights.
She also looks forward to the World Medical Association's continued international support for Taiwan in the future, and let us work together to inject more energy into the progress of public health care and human health and safety.