Taipei asks Beijing to give it due respect while waiving visas
Taipei, June 18 (CNA) Taipei will see China's decision to waive visas for Taiwan travelers as a positive development if this is done with mutual-respect to improve orderly exchanges, Wu Mei-hung (吳美紅), a spokeswoman for the Mainland Affairs Council, said Thursday.
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