Asia Pacific Masters Organizing Committee proposes lifting restrictions on short-term visa issuance to China
The 2023 Asia Pacific Masters Organizing Committee, which is about 100 days away, has begun lifting restrictions on short-term visa issuance to attract Chinese athletes to participate.
This is because it is judged that it is very difficult for sports people in China to actively participate in sports for life in China due to concerns over the extension of restrictions on short-term visa issuance for immigrants from China due to Corona 19.
On the 27th, the Organizing Committee of the Games announced that they are taking active steps, such as recommending to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, and Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to include participants in the International Games (Asia-Pacific Games) as exceptional reasons for entry in relation to restrictions on issuance of short-term visas originating from China. . 먹튀검증
The Organizing Committee plans to visit not only Shandong and Shanghai, which are friendly cities in Jeollabuk-do, but also Hangzhou and Huai’an, which are interested in the Asia-Pacific Masters, from the end of this month to encourage participation so that recruitment can be done immediately when China’s short-term visa issuance restrictions are lifted.
In addition, the Organizing Committee plans to provide simplified immigration visa issuance, exclusive immigration checkpoints, transportation services, etc. for the convenience of overseas participants, and will issue invitations under the name of the Organizing Committee chairperson to countries requiring visas (81 countries).
On the other hand, the 2023 Jeonbuk Asia-Pacific Masters Competition is an international comprehensive sports competition for athletes, and will be held in Jeollabuk-do for 9 days from May 12th to 20th, with 10,000 people from all over the world participating.