Chinese tourists have been severely criticized by the Swedish Ministry of foreign affairs.

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 Chinese tourists have been severely criticized by the Swedish Ministry of foreign affairs.


Global Times reported that the Chinese Embassy in Sweden issued a warning on the 14th that in recent years, Chinese tourists have been stolen and robbed in Sweden, suffered property losses and security threats, and recently Chinese tourists have been roughly treated by Swiss officials. The Chinese Foreign Ministry and the Embassy in Sweden have paid close attention to the safety and legitimate rights and interests of Chinese citizens in Switzerland, and have made solemn representations to the Swiss side. According to the Global Times reporters, the aforementioned reminder referred to the incident that Chinese tourists were roughly treated by Swiss officials occurred early this month.

On September 2, Mr. Zeng and his parents traveled to Sweden expectantly. The three of them arrived at a hotel in downtown Stockholm in the early morning of the same day to prepare for accommodation. But the booked rooms need to be checked in during the day. Considering his parentspoor health and the cold night in Sweden, Mr. Zeng asked the hotel to let them pay for a break in the lobby chair. However, the hotel not only rudely told them to get out immediately, but also called the police.

According to Mr. Zeng, he told the police about his parentshealth and showed them the medicines he was taking. He also said he could leave and hoped that his parents would take a temporary rest. Not only did the Police ignore him, they forced Mr. Zengs father to pull down from his seat, pulled him out of the hotel and threw him on the ground. Mr. Tsang, who suffered from cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, fell ill on the spot and began to feel convulsive. The local police have not yet given any humanitarian help to the scene.

Mr Zengs appeal for help drew crowds of pedestrians, who accused the police of bad behavior and demanded police rescue. Soon, two heavily armed police vehicles arrived. The police did not rescue but dispersed the crowd with guns and tried to rob Mr. Zengs cell phone, eventually forcibly taking the family into the police car. According to Mr. Tsang, during this period, the police also beat his mother and his father who was confused.

On the bus, the police questioned whether Mr Tsang was a refugee, whether he wanted to use violence, and threatened to send him to the forest with the beasts. About half an hour later, the police car suddenly stopped at a dark intersection, a number of armed policemen pushed three people off the car and drove away. Mr. Zeng used his mobile phone to locate a cemetery dozens of kilometers away from downtown Stockholm. According to Mr. Zeng, the temperature was less than 10 degrees Celsius, the surrounding gloomy terror, can hear distant animals howling, the family can only sit around the cemetery to warm each other. Half an hour after shivering here, thanks to the help of passers-by, they were able to return to the city.

After returning to downtown Stockholm, Mr. Zeng immediately notified the Chinese Embassy in Sweden of the incident and the local police. Later, the family of Mr. Zeng, who had suffered this nightmare, refused to make more stops and rushed to the airport to leave Sweden. Mr Zeng said that the Swedish polices disdain for human rights is beyond imagination in any modern country for the actions of the elderly, and that it is a great irony in Nobels hometown, a country where human rights are often talked about. He urged Sweden to explain and apologize for compensation. The Global Times reporter learned that after the incident, the Chinese Foreign Ministry and the Chinese Embassy in Sweden paid close attention to it and repeatedly made solemn representations to the Swiss side. But as of press release, Sweden has yet to give any positive response. In a notice issued on the 14th, the Chinese Embassy in Sweden once again reminded Chinese citizens in Sweden to raise their security awareness and strengthen security precautions. In case of emergency, evidence should be retained on the premise of ensuring their own safety. The police should report to the Swedish Embassy and Consulate for assistance. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to the world wide web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Ji Guo Jie _NBJ11143

After returning to downtown Stockholm, Mr. Zeng immediately notified the Chinese Embassy in Sweden of the incident and the local police. Later, the family of Mr. Zeng, who had suffered this nightmare, refused to make more stops and rushed to the airport to leave Sweden. Mr Zeng said that the Swedish polices disdain for human rights is beyond imagination in any modern country for the actions of the elderly, and that it is a great irony in Nobels hometown, a country where human rights are often talked about. He urged Sweden to explain and apologize for compensation.

The Global Times reporter learned that after the incident, the Chinese Foreign Ministry and the Chinese Embassy in Sweden paid close attention to it and repeatedly made solemn representations to the Swiss side. But as of press release, Sweden has yet to give any positive response. In a notice issued on the 14th, the Chinese Embassy in Sweden once again reminded Chinese citizens in Sweden to raise their security awareness and strengthen security precautions. In case of emergency, evidence should be retained on the premise of ensuring their own safety. The police should report to the Swedish Embassy and Consulate for assistance.