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Taiwan takes center stage at international forum meant to rein in China

Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China will announce communique on Wednesday

The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China is holding a two-day conference in Washington. (Photo posted on IPAC's Twitter account)

WASHINGTON -- Legislators from 30 countries have gathered here this week to agree on a plan for countering what they say is behavior from the Chinese Communist Party that threatens democracy and the international order.

On Wednesday, the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC) intends to adopt a communique that will focus on supporting Taiwan and Ukraine, defending human rights and strengthening democracies globally as well as the current international system.

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