#Taiwan# There are only 13 countries left with diplomatic relations in Taiwan Province, and the DPP has called Honduras a "scumbag". Will Taiwan be the last country to help with it? #Taiwan's return is the trend of the times#
A few days ago, on March 26, Honduras in Central America severed diplomatic relations with Taiwan and established diplomatic relations with the mainland.
So far, 181 countries have established diplomatic relations with the mainland, and only 13 countries maintain so-called "diplomatic" relations with Taiwan.
The 13 countries are:
Nauru, Palau, Tuvalu, Marshall Islands, Belize, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Guatemala, Haiti, Paraguay, Saint Lucia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Eswatini, Vatican.
Among them, 4 are small island states in the south-central Pacific, 7 in the Americas, 1 in Africa and 1 in Europe.
During the Tsai Ing-wen administration, nine countries have broken up with Taiwan.
In the face of Honduras' "breach of trust," the head of Taiwan's diplomatic department turned blue in anger and called Honduras a "scumbag."
It's funny to think about it, in recent years, as long as there are small countries that break off diplomatic relations with Taiwan, they will be scolded as "scumbags". But why doesn't Taiwan dare to scold Japan, which severed diplomatic relations with it in 1972?
Naturally, Taiwan did not dare to scold the United States, which severed diplomatic relations with it in December 1978.
Originally, Taiwan was hoping that the United States could deter Honduras, but now the face of the United States is not worth much, and Honduras has not dumped the United States at all.
If this continues, will Taiwan sooner or later become a zero-gang country?
At that time, a gang of countries was fun.