為達最佳瀏覽效果,建議使用 Chrome、Firefox 或 Microsoft Edge 的瀏覽器。

請至Edge官網下載 請至FireFox官網下載 請至Google官網下載
晴時多雲

限制級
您即將進入之新聞內容 需滿18歲 方可瀏覽。
根據「電腦網路內容分級處理辦法」修正條文第六條第三款規定,已於網站首頁或各該限制級網頁,依台灣網站分級推廣基金會規定作標示。 台灣網站分級推廣基金會(TICRF)網站:http://www.ticrf.org.tw

《TAIPEI TIMES》Czechs eyeing tech collaboration: Drahos

President William Lai, right, shakes hands with Czech Senate Vice President Jiri Drahos at the Presidential Office in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: CNA

President William Lai, right, shakes hands with Czech Senate Vice President Jiri Drahos at the Presidential Office in Taipei yesterday. Photo: CNA

2024/06/15 03:00

SEMICONDUCTOR ECOSYSTEM: Soliciting investment from suppliers of TSMC is one of the main purposes of the delegation’s trip, the Czech Senate vice president said

Staff writer, with CNA

Visiting Czech Senate Vice President Jiri Drahos said that developing modern technologies with Taiwan is of the utmost importance.

In a meeting with President William Lai (賴清德) yesterday at the Presidential Office in Taipei, the two leaders praised mutual cooperation and expressed the hope for even stronger ties.

Taiwan and the Czech Republic “have fostered close bilateral exchanges and fruitful cooperation” based on the shared values of democracy, freedom and human rights, Lai said.

The National Palace Museum and the National Museum in Prague on Wednesday signed an exhibition cooperation deal, while Taiwan is working to establish its first overseas IC design training base in the Czech capital, Lai said, highlighting ongoing bilateral partnerships.

“Moving forward, industrial and cultural interactions between Taiwan and the Czech Republic are sure to become increasingly vibrant,” he said.

Lai thanked the Czech Senate for passing resolutions that supported Taiwan’s bid to participate in the WHO as an observer for the past four years.

The president lauded Drahos for promoting direct flights between the Czech Republic and Taiwan after they became a reality in July last year.

The number of Taiwanese who visited the Czech Republic in the first quarter grew by 75 percent compared with the same period last year, Lai said.

He added that such an accomplishment would foster increased interactions between the two nations across all sectors.

Drahos, who arrived in Taiwan on Monday for a six-day visit, shared similar views while emphasizing the Czech Republic’s eagerness to collaborate with Taiwan on semiconductors and advanced technologies.

Soliciting investment from suppliers of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC, 台積電) in the Czech Republic is one of the main purposes of the delegation’s trip to Taiwan that ends today.

“The Czech Republic is ready to be part of [Taiwan’s] semiconductor ecosystem,” he said, describing his nation as “a reliable partner to invest in, especially in the chip industry.”

Separately, Drahos presided over the Czech Centre Taipei commencement ceremony yesterday.

The center officially launched with an exhibition of Czech photographs.

Drahos said bilateral relations should not be limited to scientific and industrial cooperation, adding that he looks forward to seeing more cultural exchanges facilitated by the new center through events in art, music, literature and other areas.

Additional reporting by Su Yung-yao

新聞來源:TAIPEI TIMES

Attendees view photographs at an exhibition at Songshan Cultural and Creative Park in Taipei during an event marking the establishment of the Czech Centre Taipei yesterday.
Photo: CNA

Attendees view photographs at an exhibition at Songshan Cultural and Creative Park in Taipei during an event marking the establishment of the Czech Centre Taipei yesterday. Photo: CNA

不用抽 不用搶 現在用APP看新聞 保證天天中獎  點我下載APP  按我看活動辦法

焦點今日熱門

2024巴黎奧運

看更多!請加入自由時報粉絲團

網友回應

載入中
此網頁已閒置超過5分鐘,請點擊透明黑底或右下角 X 鈕。