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Leaders of AMVETS Visit Taiwan

By L. J. Lamb | The China Post

AMVETS National Commander Harold Chapman, AMVETS National Ladies Auxiliary President Evelyn R. McElvin, and their party are hosted by Minister of the R.O.C. Veterans Affairs Council General Lee Hsiang-jow and Mrs. Lee at the Welcoming Dinner Party in honor of AMVETS guests.
AMVETS National Commander Harold Chapman, AMVETS National Ladies Auxiliary President Evelyn R. McElvin, and their party are hosted by Minister of the R.O.C. Veterans Affairs Council General Lee Hsiang-jow and Mrs. Lee at the Welcoming Dinner Party in honor of AMVETS guests.
Leaders of AMVETS (American Veterans), a congressionally chartered veterans’ service organization in the U.S., just completed their extended annual visit to Taiwan.

AMVETS National Commander Harold Chapman and AMVETS National Ladies Auxiliary President Evelyn R. McElvin were visiting at the invitation of the Minister of the R.O.C. Veterans Affairs Council (VAC) General Lee Hsiang-jow.

While in Taiwan, they paid a courtesy call on President Tsai Ing-wen at the Presidential Office.

President Tsai noted that AMVETS had been a strong supporter of Taiwan for over three decades, and that each year, leaders from the VAC and AMVETS exchanged information on veterans’ affairs, national defense and foreign relations.

President Tsai thanked the visitors for the latest AMVETS National Resolution on Taiwan, in which AMVETS recognized that the R.O.C. on Taiwan was a long-time friend, ally and strategic partner of the U.S.

At a welcome dinner party, Minister Tung expressed his gratitude to AMVETS’ continued support of Taiwan through its Resolutions at the AMVETS National Convention each year.

In return, Commander Chapman and President McElvin conveyed appreciation for their hospitality and noted that they were impressed with the dedication of the VAC in caring for the country’s veterans.

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