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Taiwan's Tsai and Japan's Abe pledge to work closey to defeat COVID-19 pandemic

President Tsai Ing-wen and Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo exchanged messages of encouragement on social media playform Twitter and pledged to work closely to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic.

Japan on Tuesday declared a state of emergency to allow his country to better fight new coronavirus and he unveiled a economic stimulus package.

Tsai tweeted in Japanese that both countries have worked together before during major natural disasters such as earthquakes and typhoons, and said she is confident that together they can also win the battle against COVID-19.

In response, Abe retweeted Tsai's post on Wednesday and thanked Taiwan for its warm support and offer of help.

"We can jointly overcome the challenge faced due to the coronavirus and get through this together," he tweeted in Chinese.

Check below Tweets:

On behalf on Taiwan, Tsai offered to donate surgical masks and medical supplies to Japan and to provide technical assistance in the fight against the pandemic.

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