Taiwan is ready to help Ukraine upgrade its digital infrastructure in fields such as remote learning as part of rebuilding efforts after the war, the island's Digital Minister Audrey Tang told Reuters, Hindustan Times reported.
Tang was visiting Vilnius in her first foreign visit since being appointed as digital minister in August 2022. She pointed to the digitalisation of Taiwan's education system as an area where the island could help.
"We want to provide what has enabled the various people in Taiwan to be a transcultural learning community, despite very different backgrounds."
Tang said there are no official talks with Ukraine's government on digital cooperation, but she is in contact with personal connections.
Russian President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24 last year, saying Kyiv's ties with the West threatened Russia's security. Ukraine and its allies call it an unprovoked war to seize territory.