The suspension on flights from India was enforced by China citing the Covid-19 pandemic on Thursday. “The entry into China with visas issued after November 3rd, 2020 is not affected,” a press release from the Chinese Foreign Ministry stated.
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China on Thursday determined to quickly droop the entry of overseas nationals residing in India into China. This order will apply to all overseas nationals in India holding legitimate Chinese visas or residence permits.
In addition, China has additionally suspended all flights from India citing the coronavirus pandemic.
“The Chinese Embassy/Consulates in India will not stamp the Health Declaration Forms for the holders of the above-mentioned categories of visa or residence permits,” China’s Foreign Ministry stated in a press release on Thursday.
The assertion went on so as to add, “Foreigners holding Chinese diplomatic, service, courtesy and C visas are not affected. Foreigners with emergency or humanitarian needs to visit China, can submit visa application to the Chinese Embassy/ Consulates in India. The entry into China with visas issued after November 3rd, 2020 is not affected.”
Chinese Foreign Ministry went additional to state that this suspension is a brief measure to cope with the continued Covid-19 pandemic. “China will make further adjustments and announcements in accordance with the ongoing pandemic situation in a timely manner,” the assertion stated.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry on Thursday additionally barred entry to non-Chinese guests from plenty of international locations into Mainland China. These embrace Britain, Belgium and the Philippines.
China has additional requested travellers from France, Germany and the US to current outcomes of extra well being checks upon entry.
With respect to Britain, Belgium, and the Philippines, China has additionally suspended entry of non-Chinese nationals travelling from these international locations even when they maintain legitimate visas and residence permits, based on information company Reuters.