The Foreign Correspondents' Club says it opposes using journalists’ visas as a weapon in international disputes. Photo: Jonathan WongThe Foreign Correspondents' Club says it opposes using journalists’ visas as a weapon in international disputes. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The Foreign Correspondents' Club says it opposes using journalists’ visas as a weapon in international disputes. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Delayed work visas for foreign journalists in Hong Kong ‘highly unusual’, says press body as it warns of damage to city’s reputation

  • Foreign Correspondents’ Club warns that restricting journalists by reducing their numbers will damage city’s international standing and reputation
  • Noting Washington and Beijing have been embroiled in a tit-for-tat battle, it says it opposes using journalists’ visas as a weapon in international disputes

Topic |   Press freedom in Hong Kong
The Foreign Correspondents' Club says it opposes using journalists’ visas as a weapon in international disputes. Photo: Jonathan WongThe Foreign Correspondents' Club says it opposes using journalists’ visas as a weapon in international disputes. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The Foreign Correspondents' Club says it opposes using journalists’ visas as a weapon in international disputes. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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