President tells scholarship recipients in Taiwan that he aspires to have Paraguay developed at the level of the Asian country

President tells scholarship recipients in Taiwan that he aspires to have Paraguay developed at the level of the Asian country
President tells scholarship recipients in Taiwan that he aspires to have Paraguay developed at the level of the Asian country

Asunción, IP Agency.- During his meeting with Paraguayan students on scholarships in Taiwan, the President of the Republic, Santiago Peña, emphasized the importance of continuing to strengthen ties with the Asian country, not to be conformist and to bet on the Taiwanese educational model that currently works successfully. .

“Everything worthwhile in life costs money and what we have to realize is that we can do it. Let us be agents of mentality change, let us be convinced that there is nothing we cannot do, we have to unblock our minds,” Peña expressed to the Paraguayan students in the Asian country.

He said that Paraguay strengthens its relationship with Taiwan and this type of vision of being able to bet on education, innovation, and technology is what will allow Paraguay to be a developed country.

“We are going to solve social problems, we are going to generate employment and we are going to have the possibility that Paraguay can double the GDP per capita in the coming years, but that is not the only thing I aspire to, I aspire that Paraguay can be a developed country to the level that Taiwan has; that has a health system like Taiwan’s, an educational system like Taiwan’s, a technological industry like Taiwan’s, that’s what I aspire to and I think that’s what we’re betting on today with this alliance in the field of education,” he said. the head of state.

Currently, about 500 Paraguayan students who received scholarships and another 100 compatriots permanently reside in Taiwan. President Peña’s tour continues with meetings with important firms in the technology sector and will culminate with his presence at the inauguration of the new president of China-Taiwan, Lai Ching-te.

 
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