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July 24, 1988
South Korea is rewriting its immigration laws to recognize passports issued by Communist countries as part of Seoul's efforts to expand ties with those nations, the Korea Broadcasting System reported. Seoul plans to ease other restrictions on visits to and from Communist countries, including dropping requirements of prior approval by the Justice Ministry and intelligence agencies for such trips, government officials were quoted as saying.
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July 24, 1988
South Korea is rewriting its immigration laws to recognize passports issued by Communist countries as part of Seoul's efforts to expand ties with those nations, the Korea Broadcasting System reported. Seoul plans to ease other restrictions on visits to and from Communist countries, including dropping requirements of prior approval by the Justice Ministry and intelligence agencies for such trips, government officials were quoted as saying.
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August 30, 1987 | From Reuters
This country has decided to drop plans to demand AIDS tests of foreign job-seekers, South Korean officials announced Saturday. "The government has concluded that it is unrealistic, after all, to ask for AIDS-free certificates and no countries require them at present," one official said. Last month, the ministry denied reports that it would demand that overseas visitors to the 1988 Seoul Olympics carry certificates showing they are not infected with acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
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August 30, 1987 | From Reuters
This country has decided to drop plans to demand AIDS tests of foreign job-seekers, South Korean officials announced Saturday. "The government has concluded that it is unrealistic, after all, to ask for AIDS-free certificates and no countries require them at present," one official said. Last month, the ministry denied reports that it would demand that overseas visitors to the 1988 Seoul Olympics carry certificates showing they are not infected with acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
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