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德台協會

德台協會成立於1957年,為中華民國在德國最悠久的民間友好社團,會員包含德國、台灣兩方人士。本協會創立之初,大多數會員為德國國會議員,關注的主題為台灣德國雙方關係之長期發展。目前本會成員為台德雙方文化、經濟、學術、政治各界人士。

協會主席及主席團成員皆為榮譽職,多年以來他們致力於推展德國和台灣雙方人民之友誼及兩國間之友好關係。

協會章程說明了本會的宗旨——在促進國際各國互信了解為前提之下,提倡德國國內對遠東問題的了解和關注。此外,協會也主張保持和加強德國和台灣之雙方關係;例如,促進和加強雙方文化交流、拓展雙方經貿關係以及提倡體育和旅遊方面之交流合作。

自1989年以來,德台協會也成功地於歷屆德國國會大選後,促進德國議會友台小組之成立。該小組亦隸屬於國會架構中的正式組織,會員來自各黨黨團。

如您加入了本會會員,您將定期收到本會相關資訊,以及受邀參加如經濟論壇、文化活動、講座和酒會等活動。

本協會和駐德國台北代表處有友好密切的合作關係。

感謝您對本協會的關注,我們非常樂意通知您本會活動及德台關係的相關資訊。

溝通與對話對於公民組織的體現而言是不可或缺的,我們誠摯的邀請您一起共襄盛舉。歡迎各界的指教和支持,我們的聯繫方式為:

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"The European Parliament passed the “Joint motion for a resolution on violations of fundamental freedoms in Hong Kong” by 585 votes to 46, with 41 abstentions yesterday. The resolution contains newly-added clauses condemning China’s coercion and intimidation of #Lithuania and urging the EU to defend the basic principles of the single market against Chinese intimidation.
The emergency resolution emphasizes that the promotion of and respect for #HumanRights, #democracy and the #RuleOfLaw should remain at the center of the relationship between the EU and China, and condemns China’s unexplained and undeclared de facto ban preventing Lithuanian-made products from entering the Chinese market. This ban violates not only all international and World Trade Organization rules of trade, but also directly impacts the underlying principles of the EU single market, according to the resolution. It also reiterated the idea that the ratification of the EU-China comprehensive agreement on investment (CAI) must take into account the ongoing human rights situation in Hong Kong.
The vote comes on the heels of a joint letter signed by 41 MEPs calling on the EU leadership to back Lithuania. MOFA welcomes the action taken by the European Parliament and is happy to see it continue to take concrete steps to #StandWithLithuania. We’ll continue to strengthen cooperation with like-minded partners with #SharedValues, like the #US and #EU member countries, to answer the threat posed by authoritarianism to democracies around the world.
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The European Parliament passed the “Joint motion for a resolution on violations of fundamental freedoms in Hong Kong” by 585 votes to 46, with 41 abstentions yesterday. The resolution contains newly-added clauses condemning China’s coercion and intimidation of #Lithuania and urging the EU to defend the basic principles of the single market against Chinese intimidation. 
The emergency resolution emphasizes that the promotion of and respect for #HumanRights, #democracy and the #RuleOfLaw should remain at the center of the relationship between the EU and China, and condemns China’s unexplained and undeclared de facto ban preventing Lithuanian-made products from entering the Chinese market. This ban violates not only all international and World Trade Organization rules of trade, but also directly impacts the underlying principles of the EU single market, according to the resolution. It also reiterated the idea that the ratification of the EU-China comprehensive agreement on investment (CAI) must take into account the ongoing human rights situation in Hong Kong.
The vote comes on the heels of a joint letter signed by 41 MEPs calling on the EU leadership to back Lithuania. MOFA welcomes the action taken by the European Parliament and is happy to see it continue to take concrete steps to #StandWithLithuania. We’ll continue to strengthen cooperation with like-minded partners with #SharedValues, like the #US and #EU member countries, to answer the threat posed by authoritarianism to democracies around the world.
#DemocracyWillPrevail Taiwan in Deutschland

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