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Taipei, Sep 1 (EFE/EPA) .- The president of the Senate of the Czech Republic, Miloš Vystrcil, continued his visit to Taiwan on Tuesday, where he arrived on Sunday accompanied by a Czech delegation made up of 89 politicians and officials.(Camera: RITCHIE TONGO) FOOTAGE SHOWS THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC, MILOŠ VYSTRCIL, DURING HIS SECOND DAY IN TAIWAN.

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