The Republic of China/Taiwan ambassador Victor Te-Sun Yu will leave the country tomorrow after successfully serving his country in the Solomon Islands.
Victor Yu has served as ROC’s ambassador to the Solomon Islands in the past three years.
During his tenure, Mr Yu has maintained the strong and cordial relationship that the two countries enjoyed in the past.
The ambassador during a farewell reception hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said he has learned a lot during his tenure of service in the country and is proud for the most recent development projects under his leadership; notably the Fakalomaloma Sanitation project at Niuleni and Funafou in Malaita Province.
He said he will surely miss working with Solomon Islanders on the ground.
He expressed appreciation for the cordial and warm relationship between ROC/Taiwan and Solomon Islands.
He said he is proud to share and value the relationship during his time as Ambassador of ROC/Taiwan to Solomon Islands.
The ambassador is due to return to Taiwan tomorrow.
He will be succeeded by Ambassador designated to Solomon Islands Rodger Luo, who is due to arrive on the 16th of January, 2017.
By EDNAL PALMER, SOLOMON STAR