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COMMENTS BY SPOKESMAN FROM THE SINGAPORE TRADE OFFICE IN TAIPEI ON THE EARTHQUAKE IN SOUTHERN TAIWAN

In response to media queries on whether there are any Singaporeans affected by the earthquake that struck Tainan and Kaoshiung on 6 February 2016, a spokesman from the Singapore Trade Office in Taipei said:

“As of this evening, we have contacted all the registered Singaporeans in Tainan and Kaohsiung, and they are safe.  The Singapore Trade Office will continue to monitor the situation closely, and would like to advise Singaporeans in the affected areas to remain calm and exercise vigilance as there could be aftershocks.  They should follow the instructions of local authorities, and contact the Trade Office or MFA 24-hour Duty Office if they require consular assistance.”

SINGAPORE TRADE OFFICE IN TAIPEI
6 FEBRUARY 2016