“China Public Security Investigation Son Jun-ho Finds the Truth” Korea Football Association sent an official document

The Korea Football Association has launched a fact-finding investigation into Son Jun-ho (Shandong Taishan), who is under investigation by the Chinese public security for bribery charges.

An official from the association said on the 16th, “We sent an official letter to the Chinese Football Association and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) regarding Son Jun-ho.” He added, “We are contacting the Chinese Association through various channels to find out the exact truth.”

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told a regular briefing about Son Jun-ho, “Recently, a Korean citizen was found to have been criminally detained according to the law by the Liaoning Provincial Public Security Agency on charges of ‘bribing a non-state agent.” Son Jun-ho was arrested while trying to leave the country through Shanghai Airport on the 12th, and is being investigated by the Public Security Bureau of Chaoyang City, Liaoning Province for the 5th day.메이저사이트

An official from the association said, “At this morning’s executive meeting, Chairman Chung Mong-gyu instructed the senior vice-president and the international department of the association to focus on figuring out the exact situation about Son Jun-ho.” “Since the senior vice president is the second vice minister of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, we are checking Son Jun-ho’s condition through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, etc.” there is,” he added.

But the situation is not rosy. The Chinese Football Association is also in a situation where former and current high-ranking officials are subject to an extensive assessment and are subject to emergency management by the Chinese General Administration of Sports, so it is difficult for the Korea Football Association to inquire about the exact situation with the Chinese Association.

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