World Medical Association (WMA) wants Taiwan to participate in this month’s World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland
The World Medical Association (WMA) has called for Taiwan to be allowed to participate in this month’s World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland. Taiwan has diplomatic relations with eight countries in the wider Caribbean and has contributed greatly to the development of the region.
The WMA, a body representing 114 national medical associations and constituent bodies around the world, has written to Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), saying it is unacceptable for Taiwan to be locked out of the WHA meeting.
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