Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in Chennai

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The Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in Chennai; Template:Zh) represents the interests of Taiwan in the southern states and territories of India, functioning as a de facto consulate in the absence of diplomatic relations. It was established in 1995.[1]

It is headed by a Representative, currently Tien Chung-kwang.[2]

The Center is also responsible for relations with Nepal and Bhutan, and has joint responsibility for Bangladesh with the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Thailand in Bangkok.[3]

There is also a Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in India in New Delhi.[4] This is responsible for relations with Nepal and Bhutan, and has joint responsibility for Bangladesh with the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Thailand in Bangkok.[3]

Its counterpart body in Taiwan is the India-Taipei Association in Taipei.[5]

References

  1. India Foreign Policy and Government Guide, Volume 1, International Business Publications, 2001, page 71
  2. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named MOFA
  3. 3.0 3.1 Asia Pacific Area, Bureau of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Republic of China)
  4. Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in India
  5. India-Taipei Association

See also

Template:Diplomatic missions of the Republic of China