Minute Alapati Taupo
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Minute Alapati Taupo OBE (born 1 February 1962) is a Tuvaluan politician, diplomat, economist and accountant. He was appointed as Deputy Prime Minister & Minister for Fisheries and Trade in the Natano Ministry.
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- Genuine and durable partnerships are fundamental for the United Nations (U.N.) to achieve its Agenda 2030, as well as its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). However, the exclusion of a genuine and durable partner like Taiwan from the U.N. denies its 23 million people of their fundamental rights to participate, benefit and contribute to the U.N. SDGs.
- Minute Alapati Taupo (2019) cited in: "11 of Taiwan's allies speak up at UN debate: MOFA" in Focus Taiwan, 29 September 2019.
- Statement made during the General Debate of the 74th general assembly of the United Nations, 28 September 2019.