Milos Vystrcil said he would be accompanied by a business delegation on his visit, which is tentatively scheduled to begin Aug. 30.
Vystrcil said he was also planning to meet Taiwans leaders, but didnt immediately give details.
Vystrcils predecessor in the post, Jaroslav Kubera, was planning to travel to Taiwan before he died in January. His plans angered pro-China Czech President Milos Zeman.
A letter to Kubera from the Chinese Embassy in Prague warned him against going on the trip, saying the visit would have negative consequences for future economic relations between China and the Czech Republic.
The Czech Republic has established informal relations with Taiwan but recognizes the one-China principle—the notion that Taiwan belongs to Communist Party-ruled China.
Vystrcil said Chinas pressure, including a warning from the Chinese Embassy Read More – Source