Taiwan protests at ‘forced deportation’ from Kenya to China
Taiwan has protested against the deportation of “forced” Five Taiwanese citizens
who were acquitted
of the charge
of organized crime from Kenya to China.
Officials in Taiwan
said the five were flown
to China in spite of the Kenyan court’s decision to return them to Taiwan.
She said Chinese authorities suspected telecoms
Taiwan does not have formal diplomatic relations with Kenya.
On Friday five, along with 35 Chinese nationals,
This is the latest incident in which the Chinese authorities.
Taipei also protested against the deportations from Malaysia and Cambodia to China.
In April, Kenyan authorities handed over more than 45 others, Taiwanese,
suspected of conducting fraud over the phone, to Beijing.
Taiwan described the incident “kidnapping outside the law,”
the plane by the Kenyan police with rifles and tear gas.
At the time, Chinese authorities praised Kenya for its support of the “one China policy”.
Beijing considers Taiwan – autonomy since 1950 – the separatist zone.
with the mainland.
And it insists that other countries can not recognize both China
and Taiwan, and the result was that Taiwan has formal diplomatic relations with a few countries.