Taipei Representative Office in Norway
|Formed||1980 (as Taipei Trade Centre)|
|Dissolved||30 September 2017|
The Taipei Representative Office in Norway; (Chinese: 駐挪威代表處; pinyin: Zhù Nuówēi Dàibiǎo Chù) was a diplomatic mission of Taiwan to Norway functioned as a de facto embassy.
The first representative office of Taiwan in Norway was the Taipei Trade Centre, established in 1980.
In July 2017, the ROC Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that the office will be suspended on 30 September 2017 and affairs related to Taiwanese in the country will be handled by Taipei Mission in Sweden. The decision was made to improve the efficiency of the foreign diplomatic missions of Taiwan.
- List of diplomatic missions of Taiwan
- List of diplomatic missions in Norway
- A Pretence of Privatisation: Taiwan's External Relations, Françoise Mengin, in Privatising the State, Béatrice Hibou, C. Hurst & Co. Publishers, 2004, pages 154
- Hou, Elaine (27 July 2017). "Taiwan suspending operations at 3 overseas offices". Focus Taiwan. Retrieved 28 July 2017.
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