When the list of International Religious Freedom Alliance members was released, Taiwan wasn’t on it.
But Taiwan has been one of the most active members of the State Department’s international religious freedom effort until now.
In March 2019, the State Department’s ambassador for international religious freedom, Sam Brownback, visited Taipei, where the Taiwanese government pledged $1 million for the State Department’s International Religious Freedom Fund.
The State Department would not say why Taiwan was excluded from the International Religious Freedom Alliance or why Lai was not invited to the dinner.
ADPompeo and the State Department can fix this mistake by apologizing to Taiwan and adding it to the International Religious Freedom Alliance today.

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