Guyana Nixes Taiwan Office After Beijing Criticizes “Mistake”

Guyana’s foreign ministry on Thursday afternoon said it was rolling back the agreement and that it continued to adhere to the “One China” policy.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Guyana on Thursday, February 4th, abruptly terminated an agreement with Taiwan to open a representative office in the South American country, hours after China urged Georgetown officials to “correct their mistake.”

Taiwan’s foreign ministry earlier on Thursday said it had signed an agreement with Guyana on Jan. 11 to Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?