Ministry of Foreign Affairs: China considers not to recognize BNO passport as a valid travel document

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 Ministry of Foreign Affairs: China considers not to recognize BNO passport as a valid travel document


Ministry of Foreign Affairs: China considers not to recognize BNO passport as a valid travel document (source: video synthesis)

[Global Times - global.com] the British government announced on the 22nd the implementation details of the BNO visa policy, which is scheduled to be implemented in early 2021. In response, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said at a Foreign Ministry press conference on the 23rd that China firmly opposes the British behavior and will consider not recognizing the British National (Overseas) passport as a valid travel document.

Wang Wenbin said on the same day that the British side, regardless of Chinas solemn negotiations, is determined to engage in political manipulation on the British National (Overseas) passport, openly violates its commitments, violates international law and basic norms of international relations, and interferes in Hong Kong affairs and Chinas internal affairs. China firmly opposes this. As the British side violates its promise, China will consider not recognizing the British National (Overseas) passport as a valid travel document and reserves the right to take further measures.

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