Since the beginning of the health crisis, some people have been found trapped in a foreign country. This time, the story is stunning and dynamic. On Friday, January 28, Irish diplomacy announced that an Irish businessman could return to his country after being detained in China for three years in the wake of a trade dispute with Chinese authorities. Richard O’Halloran, 46, was at the center of a trade dispute between Chinese authorities and a major shareholder in his aviation leasing company.
According to the Irish Press, the dispute was over whether the investor had raised funds from Chinese investors to buy an Airbus before Mr O’Haren arrived at the company. “Foreign Secretary Simon Coweny is pleased to confirm that China has lifted travel restrictions on Richard O’Haloon, allowing him to return to Ireland soon,” the ministry said in a statement. The Irish diplomat welcomed the “recent cooperation between the Chinese Embassy in Ireland and the Chinese authorities” and wished the businessman a “happy reunion with his family”.
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