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Ambassador Lu Shaye Issues First Biometrics Visa

On January 2nd, Ambassador Lu Shaye met with Mrs. Lucie Edwards, Chair of the Board of Trustees of International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR), and issued the No. 1 biometrics visa to her. Ambassador Lu congratulated Mrs. Edwards on her election as the Chair of the Board of INBAR whose headquarters is in Beijing. Ambassador Lu hoped that the INBAR will continue to play an important role in promoting the development and utilization of bamboo and rattan resources and friendly cooperation among countries around the world. Ambassador Lu said that the issuance of biometric visas by the Chinese Embassy and Consulate in Canada conforms to the international trend and is also an important measure to improve visa application process. China is ready to continue to provide convenience for Canadian friends traveling to China in accordance with the principle of reciprocity.

Mrs. Edwards thanked Ambassador Lu for issuing her the first biometric visa and said that she would like to promote sustainable development between China and relevant countries and promote China-Canada friendship through the platform of the INBAR.

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