Science and Technology Minister Wu Tsung-tsong (???) attended a Czech Senate forum on Taiwan in Prague Tuesday, expressing his hope for more technological collaboration between Taiwan and the Czech Republic.
During the forum, hosted by Czech Senate President Milos Vystrcil, Wu discussed the prospects for technological development in Taiwan and expressed hope the two countries will engage in more collaborative ventures.
Wu said, Taiwan has long invested in space technology and cyber security, as well as fostering startups with the establishment of the Taiwan Tech Arena, which Vystrcil visited last year during a visit to the country.
Taiwan is willing to share its experience in the development and management of the science park Wu added. He also said he hoped to see more collaboration on startups between Taiwan and the Czech Republic.
The Ministry of Science and Technology is currently collaborating with the Czech Academy of Sciences, the Czech Science Foundation and Technology Agency of the Czech Republic, Wu said.
The Science and Technology Ministry also announced that the 7th Taiwan-Czech Technology Day will be held in Taiwan next year, with a focus on topics such as cyber security, artificial intelligence, materials engineering and biotechnology.
The 66-member Taiwanese delegation, led by Taiwan's National Development Council Minister Kung Ming-hsin (???), visited the Czech Republic from Oct. 23-26, and arrived in Lithuania on Tuesday and will stay until Friday as part of the government's strategy to boost trade and economic ties with Central and Eastern European countries.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel