Instructed to spy men or listened to work boss Taiwan 26 November 18:09
In response to local media reports that a Chinese man seeking asylum in Australia was involved in espionage in Taiwan and other countries, the Taiwanese authorities said that the company where the man was ordered had been instructed. We are investigating whether we were involved in espionage activities by listening to the situation from executives.
Some Australian media said this month that a 20-year-old Chinese man seeking asylum was involved in espionage in Hong Kong and Taiwan after receiving instructions from executives in a Hong Kong company where he worked. I told them that they were working to win pro-neutral candidates in the unified local election in Taiwan.
In response to this report, the Taiwanese authorities asked the couple in their 50s who were executives of this company who were leaving Taiwan at an international airport on the 24th in Taipei suburbs, and the prosecution authorities interviewed on the 25th I did it.
The prosecution authorities have subsequently taken measures to prevent the couples from leaving Taiwan and are investigating whether they were spying.
In the media, the company is said to be related to the Chinese military, but the company says on the homepage, “Neither the company nor executives have ever been involved in intelligence activities, men are not employees. All reports are counterfeit. "Statement.
Taiwan ’s presidential election is scheduled for re-election in January next year, and President Roh Yong-bun insists on China ’s intervention in the election, while the opposition party refuted that “there is no basis and a strategy to consolidate the vote”. The exchange continues.