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MFA: NO SPOREANS CURRENTLY REPORTED TO BE INJURED IN THE RECENT TAIWAN EARTHQUAKE

On April 3, 2024, the Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) released a statement expressing their condolences and sympathies to those affected by the earthquake in Hualien, Taiwan.

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The earthquake, which resulted in loss of lives and property damage, has been a cause of concern for the Singaporean government.

No Singaporeans reported to have been injured in the earthquake

MFA has been in contact with e-registered Singaporeans in the affected regions and has been providing necessary consular assistance.

At present, there have been no reports of Singaporeans injured in the earthquake, and the government has advised Singaporeans in Taiwan to remain vigilant and prioritize their personal safety.

Singaporeans urged to be vigilant

The MFA has urged Singaporeans in Taiwan to take all necessary precautions in case of aftershocks and to follow the instructions of local authorities.

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Furthermore, Singaporeans in Taiwan are encouraged to e-register with MFA and purchase comprehensive travel insurance if they have not already done so.

Singaporeans in Taiwan who require consular assistance can contact the Singapore Trade Office in Taipei or the 24-hour MFA Duty Office.

Contact details

The Singapore Trade Office in Taipei can be reached at:

+886 2 2772 1940 or via email at [email protected]

The MFA Duty Office (24 hr) can be contacted at:

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+65 6379 8800 / 8855 or via email at [email protected]

The Singaporean government remains committed to providing assistance to its citizens in times of need, and the MFA will continue to monitor the situation in Hualien, Taiwan, closely.

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