Break through China’s suppression! Dutch House of Representatives 149:1 overwhelmingly participates in Interpol by supporting Taiwan | International | 新头壳 Newtalk

The Dutch House of Representatives passed a motion calling on the Dutch government and countries with similar ideas to jointly support Taiwan’s participation in the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) conference. Picture: Youtube

The International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) is holding a conference. The representative office in the Netherlands stated today that the Dutch House of Representatives passed the motion with an overwhelming number of 149 votes to 1 this afternoon, calling on the Dutch government and countries with similar ideas to jointly discuss and support Taiwan’s participation. The feasibility of the INTERPOL conference, related conferences and training mechanisms. This is after the Dutch parliament passed a historic motion to support Taiwan’s participation in international organizations in 2019, and once again voiced support for Taiwan’s meaningful international participation.

The motion pointed out that Taiwan is not only an important business partner of the Netherlands and the European Union, but also an ally in the fight against international crimes; Taiwan’s desire to participate meaningfully in international organizations is a reasonable expectation, and calls on the Dutch government and countries with similar ideas to jointly explore the possibility of supporting Taiwan’s participation as an observer plan. The motion was jointly signed by the Dutch Christian Democratic Party (CDA) Member Agnes Mulder and the Reformed Political Party (SGP) Member Kees van der Staaij.

The representative office in the Netherlands mentioned that in recent years, the initial results of actively seeking the support of the Dutch executive and legislative departments have obtained preliminary results. The cross-party congressmen have repeatedly raised relevant questions in the parliament. They support under the threat of Chinese force and the suppression of Taiwan’s international living space in various ways. Countries with similar ideas are relevant and important. We are deeply grateful to the Dutch government and the National Assembly for their public support for Taiwan’s meaningful participation in international organizations, and we look forward to further strengthening the cooperation in combating cross-border crime, public health, aviation safety, and climate change in the future.

Dutch Foreign Minister Ben Knapen also emphasized when attending the parliamentary diplomatic budget debate last week that the Netherlands and many countries believe that Taiwan should be able to meaningfully participate in international conferences on issues of global interest such as combating cross-border crime. The Dutch government pledged to support Taiwan’s participation in Interpol as an observer, because neither Taiwan’s right to obtain information on combating cross-border crimes or the international community’s right to learn from Taiwan’s relevant experience and insights should not be deprived of it.

The International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) is holding a conference. The representative office in the Netherlands stated today that the Dutch House of Representatives passed the motion with an overwhelming number of 149 votes to 1 this afternoon, calling on the Dutch government and countries with similar ideas to jointly discuss and support Taiwan’s participation. The feasibility of the INTERPOL conference, related conferences and training mechanisms. This is after the Dutch parliament passed a historic motion to support Taiwan’s participation in international organizations in 2019, and once again voiced support for Taiwan’s meaningful international participation.

The Dutch House of Representatives initially estimated this afternoon to pass the motion with an overwhelming number of votes of 149 to 1, urging the Dutch government and countries with similar ideas to jointly discuss and support the feasibility of Taiwan’s participation in the INTERPOL conference, related meetings and training mechanisms. The motion pointed out that Taiwan is not only an important business partner of the Netherlands and the European Union, but also an ally in the fight against international crimes; Taiwan’s desire to participate meaningfully in international organizations is a reasonable expectation, and calls on the Dutch government and countries with similar ideas to jointly explore the possibility of supporting Taiwan’s participation as an observer plan. The motion was jointly signed by the Dutch Christian Democratic Party (CDA) Member Agnes Mulder and the Reformed Political Party (SGP) Member Kees van der Staaij.

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