Chinese Agency Blamed for Passport Forgery
Do Kwon, a South Korean lawmaker, has recently accused a Chinese agency of passport forgery. According to reports, Do Kwon denied any involvement in the forgery and blamed the agency for the incident.
Do Kwon’s accusations come after an investigation by the South Korean government into the alleged forgery of passports. The investigation revealed that the passports had been forged by a Chinese agency, and not by Do Kwon himself.
Do Kwon has stated that he was unaware of the passport forgery and that he had no involvement in the incident. He also accused the Chinese agency of taking advantage of his position as a lawmaker to commit the forgery.
Do Kwon’s accusations have sparked a debate in South Korea about the role of Chinese agencies in passport forgery. Some have argued that the Chinese agency should be held accountable for the incident, while others have argued that the South Korean government should take responsibility for the incident.
The incident has also raised questions about the security of South Korean passports and the role of Chinese agencies in passport forgery. It remains to be seen whether the South Korean government will take any action against the Chinese agency in question.
Do Kwon’s Accusations
Do Kwon, a South Korean citizen, has recently been accused of passport forgery, a crime punishable by up to three years in prison. However, Do Kwon has denied any wrongdoing, claiming that he was the victim of a Chinese agency that had promised to provide him with a valid passport. According to Do Kwon, he had paid the agency a large sum of money for the passport, but the passport he received was a forgery.
Do Kwon has accused the Chinese agency of taking advantage of his lack of knowledge and of providing him with a forged passport. He has also accused the agency of failing to provide him with any kind of documentation or proof of the passport’s validity. Furthermore, Do Kwon has stated that he was unaware of the passport’s forgery until it was discovered by South Korean authorities.
Do Kwon’s accusations have been met with skepticism by some, as the agency has denied any wrongdoing and has not provided any evidence to support Do Kwon’s claims. However, Do Kwon has maintained that he was the victim of the agency’s fraudulent practices and that he was unaware of the passport’s forgery until it was discovered by South Korean authorities.
Response From Chinese Agency
The Chinese agency accused by Do Kwon of forging his passport has issued a response to the allegations. In a statement released by the agency, they denied any wrongdoing and accused Do Kwon of fabricating the story. They also claimed that they had never been contacted by Do Kwon or anyone else regarding the alleged passport forgery.
The agency went on to say that they had been in business for over 10 years and had always operated within the law. They also said that they had never been accused of any wrongdoing before and would take whatever steps necessary to protect their reputation.
The agency concluded their statement by saying that they would be taking legal action against Do Kwon for making false accusations against them.
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