Manila Chinese Embassy denies placing the Philippines in tourism ban

 Thursday, October 13, 2022 


The Chinese Embassy in Manila has officially denied that China has counted in the Philippines in its blacklist for tourism.

The Embassy said that the report of ‘tourist blacklist’ is a misrepresentation. China has not positioned the Philippines on its banned list for tourism.

Few hours before, the embassy delivered a distinct declaration saying that tourism is a significant element of practical collaboration between China and the Philippines. It said that it anticipates more Chinese tourists to come to the Philippines after the pandemic.

The explanation came after Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri cited evidence from a conference with Chinese Ambassador Huang Xilian that the Philippines has been blacklisted because of the Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) working in the country.

Zubiri, however, maintained what came to light at a meeting with Huang, and said that their discussion at his Senate office was witnessed by two of his colleagues and a number of his staff.

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