Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs wishes to thank the United States for assistance in the application for the International Civil Aviation Organization thanked the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan) the US Senate and the House of representatives for their support that Taiwan should get observer status with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). The applications of both houses Angel and Ed Royce, senators, James Inhofe, and Robert Menendez, introduced on March 14 by Eliot and were the first of their kind, calling for a binding resolution for Taiwan’s participation in the ICAO. Should be regulated primarily by the applications, that the US Secretary of State every three years Taiwan’s observer status in the ICAO General Assembly should accelerate. In addition, the American members of the organization called on members other ICAO, to support the measures. The Secretary of State to publish regular Congress reports on the progress of the measures here.
Taiwan is a world the most important air transportation centers, with about 1.2 million flights per year. Since the Republic of China (Taiwan) 2012 the U.S. visa waiver program joined is, has increased the scope and frequency of the mutual flow of travel. Obtaining observer status in the ICAO would affect Taiwan’s ability to acquire systems and technology, which generally are considered important for the international aviation rules, enormously positive. That in turn would lead to more security for passengers from Taiwan, the United States, Asia and the rest of the world.