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[Asian Games] 3 Indian Wushu Players Cannot Enter China Due to Non-issurance of AD Cards



AD cards not issued to players from areas in territorial dispute with China and India


It has been reported that three Indian wushu players are not being issued AD cards to participate in the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.


During the press briefing held at the Hangzhou Asian Games main media center in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China on the 22nd, an Indian reporter asked a question regarding this issue.  온라인카지노사이트


The press briefing on this day was an opportunity for the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) and the Games Organizing Committee to meet with the media, brief them on major developments, and take questions.


To understand the situation in which Indian players did not receive AD cards, one must go back to the territorial dispute between China and India.


The Indian wushu team participating in this competition consists of 11 members, three of whom are from Arunachal Pradesh in northeastern India.


Only three female players from this region did not receive the AD cards required to participate in the competition.


In the Olympics and Asian Games, the AD card replaces the visa required to enter the host country, so visa issuance for them is effectively denied.


Arunachal Pradesh is located on the border between China and India, and China calls it ‘Southern Tibet’ and claims it as its territory.


According to this position, China does not issue formal visas to Indians living in this region, but only issues paper passes called 'stapled visas'.


This is because granting Chinese visas to Indians living in this area is an acknowledgment that the area is not Chinese territory.


According to reports in Indian media such as the Times of India, the three people who did not receive AD cards are Nieman Wangsu, Onilu Tega, and Mepung Ramgu.


They were originally scheduled to depart from India by plane on the night of the 20th, but are staying in India due to visa issues.


The remaining eight players arrived in Hangzhou.


These three did not receive AD cards at the World University Games held in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China in July this year, and at the time, India canceled the participation of the entire Wushu team in protest against China's action.


The Wushu competition at the Hangzhou Asian Games begins on the 24th.


Acting OCA Chairman Randhir Singh, an Indian citizen, attended the press briefing on this day, but did not give a clear answer on the issue.


An Indian reporter tried to ask additional questions in response to Acting OCA Secretary-General Vinod Kumar Tiwari's general answer that "we will take appropriate action after assessing the situation," but the briefing moderator stopped him by saying, "Ask questions only after you have the right to speak." did not give the reporter an opportunity to ask questions.

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