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senate Bill S. Con. Res. 40

A concurrent resolution recognizing the close relationship between the United States and Taiwan and the important role of the American Institute in Taiwan in strengthening such relationship.

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Official Title

A concurrent resolution recognizing the close relationship between the United States and Taiwan and the important role of the American Institute in Taiwan in strengthening such relationship.

Summary

Welcomes the opening of the new American Institute of Taiwan office in Taipei. Urges the executive branch to fully implement the Taiwan Relations Act, the Taiwan Travel Act, and other policy directives that strengthen the U.S.-Taiwan relationship.

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      senate Committees
      Committee on Foreign Relations
    IntroducedJune 14th, 2018