16 January 2019 - 10 Shevat 5779 - י' שבט ה' אלפים תשע"ט
Taiwan and Israel to reach agreements on working visas E-mail

Asher Yarden, Chief Representative of the Israel Economic and Cultural office in Taipei, announced on 19 April that Israel and Taiwan would soon sign agreements regarding the issuance of working holiday visas and mutual recognition of drivers’ licences.

The Israel Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei hosted a commemorative event in Taipei on 19 April, celebrating the 70th anniversary of the country’s independence, reported Central News Agency.

Yarden has been stationed in Taiwan for over two years, and said at the event that Taiwan was like a “second home” for him. In his remarks, Yarden announced that Israel would soon sign agreements with Taiwan regarding the issuance of working holiday visas and the mutual recognition of driver’s licenses to further the bilateral exchanges of the two countries.

Yarden said the relationship between Taiwan and Israel had been friendly and close, and that “Taiwan is Israel’s 17th-largest trading partner in the world.” He added: “I am glad to see the growth of economic and academic exchanges between Israel and Taiwan.”

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