Last month, members of the Ukrainian parliament created a cross-parliamentary caucus to promote economic and cultural exchanges with Taiwan.
Oleksandr Merezhko, the head of the Ukrainian Parliament’s foreign policy committee, praised Taiwan’s “quick” response to Russia’s invasion.
“Taiwan’s parliament adopted a resolution in support of Ukraine very quickly and they also imposed strict sanctions on Russia, which was really helpful to us,” Merezhko, who initiated the caucus, told DW.
“Taiwan also offered humanitarian aid worth millions of US dollars to support Ukraine,” he added.
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