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Prosecutors Seek Australia’s Aid in Spy Claims

Poster:Post date:2019-12-06
Catergory:News
Region:(Taiwan),(Cross-Strait)
Issue:(Taiwan’s Foreign Relations),(Cross-Strait Issues)
(Taipei Times/CNA) The Taipei District Prosecutors’ Office is hoping for help from Australia as it investigates the allegations of self-confessed Chinese spy William Wang Liqiang (王立強), a Ministry of Justice official said yesterday. The ministry official said the office wrote a letter requesting that Australia provide it with a transcript of Wang’s comments given to Australian authorities on his role in reportedly attempting to influence Taiwan’s elections. <Accessed 2019-12-06>  
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