India suspends tourist visas for Chinese travellers

Monday, Apr 25, 2022 0

India has suspended tourist visas to Chinese nationals in tit-for-tat retaliation.

It comes after China reportedly blocked thousands of Indian students from returning to Chinese universities.

India took action against China refusal to allow Indian students to resume studies in China after two years of online studies.

In a circular issued week, the International Air Transport Association confirmed ‘tourist visas issued to nationals of China are no longer valid.’

This also includes 10 year tourist visas.

About 22,000 Indians are enrolled in Chinese universities.

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