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China hints at scrapping stapled visa for JK people

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New Delhi, April 13 (PTI): China today dropped broad hints at reversing its two-year-old practice of issuing stapled visas to people hailing from Jammu and Kashmir, saying it was willing to work with India to resolve issues relating to people to people exchanges.

"You can watch closely and from which you can pick up and come to a conclusion yourself," China's Ambassador to India Zhang Yan told reporters here. He was replying to a question on whether China had relaxed its practice of giving visas on loose sheets of paper which were stapled on the passports of persons hailing from Jammu and Kashmir.

Zhang said the Chinese Foreign Office spokesperson had already commented on the issue in Beijing and he would not like to add any further. "We are willing to work with India to resolve all issues involving people-to-people exchanges," he said.

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China hints at scrapping stapled visa for JK people

New Delhi, April 13 (PTI): China today dropped broad hints at reversing its two-year-old practice of issuing stapled visas to people hailing from Jammu and Kashmir, saying it was willing to work with India to resolve issues relating to people to people exchanges.

"You can watch closely and from which you can pick up and come to a conclusion yourself," China's Ambassador to India Zhang Yan told reporters here. He was replying to a question on whether China had relaxed its practice of giving visas on loose sheets of paper which were stapled on the passports of persons hailing from Jammu and Kashmir.

Zhang said the Chinese Foreign Office spokesperson had already commented on the issue in Beijing and he would not like to add any further. "We are willing to work with India to resolve all issues involving people-to-people exchanges," he said.

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