British Foreign Minister Calls Hong Kong Chief Executive to Pressure China: Wrong Words and Behaviors

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 British Foreign Minister Calls Hong Kong Chief Executive to Pressure China: Wrong Words and Behaviors


Q: According to reports, a spokesman for the British Foreign Ministry said that Foreign Minister Lab spoke to Chief Executive Lin Zheng Yue-e of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on the 9th day about the situation in Hong Kong. What is Chinas comment on this?

A: I would like to point out in particular that Hong Kong today is a special administrative region of the Peoples Republic of China and has not been a British colony. Britain has no sovereignty over Hong Kong, no rule over Hong Kong and no supervision over Hong Kong. No foreign interference in Hong Kongs affairs is allowed. According to the Basic Law, the foreign affairs of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region shall be under the responsibility of the Central Government. It is wrong for the British Government to call the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region directly to exert pressure. China rigorously demands that Britain immediately stop all acts of interference in Hong Kongs affairs and Chinas internal affairs and stop pointing fingers at Hong Kong and inciting fire.

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