Retaliation from China to Japan and South Korea

China reported that South Korea and Japan stopped issuing visas to citizens of these countries in response to the Kovid-19 measures applied to passengers from China.

The Beijing administration announced on Tuesday that it has stopped issuing visas to this country in response to the Kovid-19 measures applied by South Korea and Japan to travelers from China.

The Chinese Embassy in Seoul reported that it is suspending the issuance of short-term visas for visitors from South Korea. Japan’s Kyodo news agency announced that Beijing has implemented similar measures against Japan.

South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Lim Soo-suk said in a statement, “The Korean government’s strengthened precautionary measures for those entering from China are based on scientific and objective foundations. The government transparently shares relevant information with the international community and continues to engage with the Chinese side.” said.

China has decided to reopen the ends

China announced that it reopened its borders with its prestige on Sunday, following the sudden loosening of its “zero incident policy” against the Kovid-19 epidemic.

Curfews and PCR tests implemented in China since the beginning of 2020 have slowed the pace of economic growth in the country.

A while ago, China stopped publishing the daily number of events after quitting the Kovid-19 PCR test application. Since the U-turn in containment politics, the country has begun reporting 5 or fewer deaths per day. These numbers caused criticism by the World Health Organization.