Taiwan donated US$1.0 million to Dominican Republic as a contribution for the construction of the university campus which the Dominican Government builds in Haiti, after last year’s earthquake devastated it.
Taiwan ambassador Isaac Tsai handed the donation to Foreign Relations minister Carlos Morales during an activity held in the Foreign Relations Ministry .
After handing the check to Luis Sifres, head of the State Works Supervisory Office, which executes the work, Morales thanked the diplomat for Taiwan’s solidarity on the part of the Dominican government and people. “You have always been present when collaboration for just causes is required.”
“You can be sure, Mr. Ambassador Tsai, that this grant will be helpful to make the construction of the higher education center in the neighboring country a reality,” Morales said of the work whose estimated cost is 30 million dollars.
Source: Dominican Today
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