Taiwan says feels sorry, angry as Panama switches diplomatic ties to China

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June 13, 2017 06:00
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The Taiwan government said on Tuesday it feels very angry and sorry that Panama has switched diplomatic ties to China and that it will not compete with China in a diplomatic money game.

The comments from the foreign affairs ministry come shortly after Panama said it had broken diplomatic ties with Taiwan as it established formal relations with China.

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