Latvia–Taiwan relations

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Taiwanese–Latvia relations
Map indicating locations of Latvia and Taiwan



Sino-Latvian relations dates back to August 16, 1923 when the Republic of China recognized Latvia de jure. After the Soviet occupation of Latvia in 1940, the ROC is one of the few countries that did not recognize Latvia's incorporation into the Soviet Union.[citation needed]

Latvia never re-established relations with the ROC after restoring its independence in 1991 and later established relations with the People's Republic of China.[1] However, in its place, Latvia operates the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in Riga and the Taipei Mission in the Republic of Latvia in Taipei.

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