New Zealand’s Foreign Minister Winston Peters with China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi. Photo: Reuters New Zealand’s Foreign Minister Winston Peters with China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi. Photo: Reuters
New Zealand’s Foreign Minister Winston Peters with China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi. Photo: Reuters

New Zealand will ‘stand up for itself’ despite China’s warnings over support for Taiwan joining WHO

  • Taiwan is excluded from the WHO due to the objections of China, which views the island as one of its provinces
  • Senior ministers in New Zealand last week said Taiwan should be allowed to join the WHO as an observer given its success in containing coronavirus

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
New Zealand’s Foreign Minister Winston Peters with China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi. Photo: Reuters New Zealand’s Foreign Minister Winston Peters with China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi. Photo: Reuters
New Zealand’s Foreign Minister Winston Peters with China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi. Photo: Reuters
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