Afghanistan wants Taiwan writers to go to Beijing to visas: Taiwan is part of China.

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 Afghanistan wants Taiwan writers to go to Beijing to visas: Taiwan is part of China.


Aug. 29, according to Taiwan media reports, Taiwans well-known novelist Lee Ang recently participated in a tour of Afghanistan, in Afghanistan, was asked to Beijing visa, because Taiwan is part of China.

Taiwans pro-green media reported that Lee Ang, a Taiwanese writer, had taken part in a tour of Afghanistan and Pakistan arranged by a travel agency. When a group of people wanted to enter Afghanistan from Pakistan, they were told that they needed to get visas in Beijing and nine members of the regiment had no choice to return home.

According to the official website of the travel agency, the tour has lasted 15 years and costs 19,900 yuan (NT$44,000) per person. This time, when they were about to enter Afghanistan from Pakistan, the Afghan Consulate said, Taiwan is part of China and that Taiwanese visas must go to Beijing. Li Ang had to return to Taiwan.

According to the travel agency, almost one to two tours depart every month, but in the past no visa issue was refused, the detailed reasons are not convenient to do any explanation.

In fact, it is a general trend for all countries in the world to adhere to the one-China principle, something similar happened in Europe earlier.

Last year, a group of Taiwanese students in Norway filed a petition with the local immigration bureau for their visa nationalities labeled China in the hope that the Norwegian government would change the label to Taiwan instead of Kina (Norwegian, Chinese). However, the Norwegian government eventually rejected the petition on the ground that the notation did not affect the rights and obligations of the parties in Norway.

Taiwan was labeled Taiwan (China) in the nationality option on the official website of the Russian World Cup fan card application. Therefore, the Foreign Affairs Department of Taiwan was dissatisfied and asked the Russian side to correct it, which was contradicted by the Russian Foreign Ministrys sentence abiding by the one-China principle.

In 2016, a Taiwanese female student went to Iceland to study. When she applied for a residence permit, she was marked China in the column of Nationality, but the girl expressed her dissatisfaction and asked the Icelandic government to change it to Taiwan and, more than three months after communicating with the Icelandic government, her new residence permit Nationality column was directly listed. STATELESS. In response to similar incidents, Ma Xiaoguang, a spokesman for the Taiwan Affairs Office, said that Taiwan independence brainwashing had left a deep poison to individual Taiwanese youth, but there was probably no place called Taiwan State in any country in the world. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has repeatedly stressed that there is only one China in the world and that Taiwan is an inseparable part of Chinas territory. This is an objective fact, a basic common sense and a universal consensus of the international community. Source: overseas web editor: Ji Ke _b6492

In 2016, a Taiwanese female student went to Iceland to study. When she applied for a residence permit, she was marked China in the column of Nationality, but the girl expressed her dissatisfaction and asked the Icelandic government to change it to Taiwan and, more than three months after communicating with the Icelandic government, her new residence permit Nationality column was directly listed. STATELESS.

In response to similar incidents, Ma Xiaoguang, a spokesman for the Taiwan Affairs Office, said that Taiwan independence brainwashing had left a deep poison to individual Taiwanese youth, but there was probably no place called Taiwan State in any country in the world. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has repeatedly stressed that there is only one China in the world and that Taiwan is an inseparable part of Chinas territory. This is an objective fact, a basic common sense and a universal consensus of the international community.