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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Taiwan Will Allow Visa-free Entry For Filipinos


 Taiwan will allow visa-free entry for visitors from the Philippines in hopes that the country will reciprocate the gesture, a spokesman for the self-ruled island's cabinet said on Thursday. Taiwan does not have formal diplomatic relations with the Philippines, which recognizes the "one China" policy under which Manila acknowledges the Chinese position that there is only one China and Taiwan is part of it. China considers Taiwan a renegade province to be taken back by force, if necessary. Whether the visa-free policy takes effect in October or November is to be decided by the foreign ministry, said Hsu Kong-yung, the spokesman of Taiwan's executive yuan, or cabinet. "After we open up the visa-free arrangements, in view of equal mutual benefits, we also hope they will make visa-free arrangements with Taiwan," he told a news conference. Taiwan's visa-free policy for the Philippines was earlier announced to begin in June this year, but was later postponed. Sponsored Links Taiwan already has visa-free arrangements with Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore. The government is continuing this year with a pilot scheme with Brunei and Thailand kicked off last year. It is also considering visa-free arrangements with Indonesia and Vietnam, according to a government document seen by Reuters. A government spokesman did not immediately answer telephone calls from Reuters to seek comment on the Indonesia and Vietnam plans. Source: Reuters   Advertisement  READ MORE:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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Taiwan will finally allow visa-free entry for Filipinos in hopes that the country will reciprocate the gesture, a spokesman for the self-ruled island's cabinet said in a Reuters report.

The Philippines recognizes the "one China" policy under which Manila acknowledges the Chinese position that there is only one China and Taiwan is part of it. There is no existing diplomatic relationship between the Taiwan and the Philippines and yet, Taiwan is giving the visa-free privilege.

The visa-free policy will take effect as decided by its foreign ministry. The spokesman of Taiwan's executive yuan Hsu Kuo-yung said that it is more likely to take effect in October or November.

Taiwan will finally allow visa-free entry for Filipinos in hopes that the country will reciprocate the gesture, a spokesman for the self-ruled island's cabinet said in a Reuters report.  The Philippines recognizes the "one China" policy under which Manila acknowledges the Chinese position that there is only one China and Taiwan is part of it. There is no existing diplomatic relationship between the Taiwan and the Philippines and yet, Taiwan is giving the visa-free privilege.  The visa-free policy will take effect as decided by its foreign ministry. The spokesman of Taiwan's executive yuan Hsu Kuo-yung said that it is more likely to take effect in October or November.  Taiwan's visa-free policy for the Philippines was earlier announced early this year, but was later postponed. Sponsored Links Taiwan already has visa-free arrangements with Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore. The government is continuing this year with a pilot scheme with Brunei and Thailand kicked off last year.  It is also considering visa-free arrangements with Indonesia and Vietnam, according to a government document seen by Reuters. A government spokesman did not immediately answer telephone calls from Reuters to seek comment on the Indonesia and Vietnam plans.Source: Reuters  Taiwan will allow visa-free entry for visitors from the Philippines in hopes that the country will reciprocate the gesture, a spokesman for the self-ruled island's cabinet said on Thursday. Taiwan does not have formal diplomatic relations with the Philippines, which recognizes the "one China" policy under which Manila acknowledges the Chinese position that there is only one China and Taiwan is part of it. China considers Taiwan a renegade province to be taken back by force, if necessary. Whether the visa-free policy takes effect in October or November is to be decided by the foreign ministry, said Hsu Kong-yung, the spokesman of Taiwan's executive yuan, or cabinet. "After we open up the visa-free arrangements, in view of equal mutual benefits, we also hope they will make visa-free arrangements with Taiwan," he told a news conference. Taiwan's visa-free policy for the Philippines was earlier announced to begin in June this year, but was later postponed. Sponsored Links Taiwan already has visa-free arrangements with Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore. The government is continuing this year with a pilot scheme with Brunei and Thailand kicked off last year. It is also considering visa-free arrangements with Indonesia and Vietnam, according to a government document seen by Reuters. A government spokesman did not immediately answer telephone calls from Reuters to seek comment on the Indonesia and Vietnam plans. Source: Reuters   Advertisement  READ MORE:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO  Advertisement  READ MORE:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Taiwan's visa-free policy for the Philippines was earlier announced early this year, but was later postponed.
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Taiwan already has visa-free arrangements with Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore. The government is continuing this year with a pilot scheme with Brunei and Thailand kicked off last year.

It is also considering visa-free arrangements with Indonesia and Vietnam, according to a government document seen by Reuters.
A government spokesman did not immediately answer telephone calls from Reuters to seek comment on the Indonesia and Vietnam plans.
Source: Reuters
 Taiwan will allow visa-free entry for visitors from the Philippines in hopes that the country will reciprocate the gesture, a spokesman for the self-ruled island's cabinet said on Thursday. Taiwan does not have formal diplomatic relations with the Philippines, which recognizes the "one China" policy under which Manila acknowledges the Chinese position that there is only one China and Taiwan is part of it. China considers Taiwan a renegade province to be taken back by force, if necessary. Whether the visa-free policy takes effect in October or November is to be decided by the foreign ministry, said Hsu Kong-yung, the spokesman of Taiwan's executive yuan, or cabinet. "After we open up the visa-free arrangements, in view of equal mutual benefits, we also hope they will make visa-free arrangements with Taiwan," he told a news conference. Taiwan's visa-free policy for the Philippines was earlier announced to begin in June this year, but was later postponed. Sponsored Links Taiwan already has visa-free arrangements with Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore. The government is continuing this year with a pilot scheme with Brunei and Thailand kicked off last year. It is also considering visa-free arrangements with Indonesia and Vietnam, according to a government document seen by Reuters. A government spokesman did not immediately answer telephone calls from Reuters to seek comment on the Indonesia and Vietnam plans. Source: Reuters   Advertisement  READ MORE:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

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