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Taiwan to imposed 7 initial sanctions to Philippines for imposing politically motivated travel ban


As the retaliation of Taiwan to Philippines has sparked after the Department of Health in the Philippines has include the country of Taiwan in Travel ban. The DOH Usec. Eric Domingo insisted that they are just following the "One China Policy."

Yesterday, February 13, Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo had announced that President Rodrigo Duterte's stance on the matter is to continue the travel ban on Taiwan.

As Taiwan was hurt on the decision after last Monday, the Philippine government had imposed travel without prior notice. And since Taiwan Administration does not honor the "One China Policy", yesterday, President Tsai Ing-wen had instructed her cabinet officials to come up a list of retaliation to the Philippines.


Taiwan cabinet officials has made a list possible sanctions on the Philippines
1. Cancel pilot visa exemption for the Philippines
2. Cancel application for Philippine migration to Taiwan (Working ban)
3. Recall the Taiwan's Representative in Philippines; Request Philippine Representative to Return to Philippines 4. Suspension of Taiwan-Philippine agricultural, fishery and scientific research cooperation plan.
5.Stop Taiwan-Philippines air rights negotiations
6.Stop Taiwan-Philippine high-level, economic, trade and investment exchanges
7. Scrutiny of the Coast Guard's fleet at sea

Currently, there more than 153,000 documented Filipino workers in Taiwan, next with largest numbers of workers from Indonesia and Vietnam.

Source: Apple Daily
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  1. What is your source for the so called sanctions to Philippines related to the travel ban

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