Further regulations have implemented for tourists and foreign owned vehicles in China. China's National Tourism Administration put out a notice saying that foreigners and foreign-owned vehicles are not allowed in military restricted areas and military administrative zones in a push to improve security measures.
The notice was posted by China's National Tourism Administration, the Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the General Administration of Customs.
Foreigners and foreign vehicles found in military zones will be asked to quickly leave. If the parties do not listen, then the local police will be called.
The notice mentions a crack down on illegal activities such as driving in a closed military zone, and taking photos, video or any other kind of information collection. Foreigners breaking the rules can be detained and any recording equipment will be confiscated by local authorities.
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