Lin Zheng Yuee: Oppose any form of foreign interference in Hong Kongs affairs

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 Lin Zheng Yuee: Oppose any form of foreign interference in Hong Kongs affairs


Lin Zheng Yue-e opposes any form of foreign interference in Hong Kong affairs (source: CCTV)

The Chief Executive of the HKSAR met with reporters before the Executive Council on the morning of October 10.

She called for an end to violence, said that the SAR Government would communicate and dialogue with all sectors in the utmost sincerity, and stressed once again that it would oppose any form of foreign interference in Hong Kongs affairs.

At the press conference, Lin Zhengyue-e first condemned the destruction that took place at airports, Hong Kong Railway and other places last weekend. Now we need the joint efforts of the whole society to stop violence and restore order as soon as possible. She said that there are a lot of false information on the Internet, and the SAR government has been doing some work to dispel rumors.

Lin Zhengyue-e also said that it was extremely inappropriate for foreign parliaments to interfere in Hong Kongs affairs in any form.

Chief Executive of the HKSAR, Lin Zheng Yue-e: Some members of the US Congress have proposed that the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act be used to intervene in the affairs of the HKSAR. (We do not agree with that.) We deeply regret that the affairs of the HKSAR government should be handled by the HKSAR, especially as we are one of the peoples republics of China. In the Special Administrative Region, it is extremely inappropriate for foreign parliaments to interfere in the internal affairs of the HKSAR in any form.

Call on citizens to love Hong Kong and say no to violence

In response to a question from CCTV reporters, Lin Zhengyue-e also said that the most important thing now is that every citizen who cherishes and cherishes Hong Kong must say no to the acts of sabotage committed by radical and violent demonstrators.

CCTV reporter Zhang Cheng: Hello Chief Executive, we are a reporter of CCTV. I would like to ask you what the overall situation of the destruction of urban facilities in Hong Kong has been like in the past few months. Do the government have any statistics? Will there be any special funds for this kind of repair? At the same time, I would like to ask the SAR government. What is the next step to stop this kind of destruction of urban facilities?

Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Lin Zheng Yue-e: The damage in the past two or three months has been very high. So far, we dont have any statistics, but we should have enough money. The most important thing for us is to restore it first and minimize its impact on the people of Hong Kong. As for how to prevent it in the future, we will try our best to deploy it. But I stress once again that sometimes, based on our social environment, the complexity of our urban management is difficult to fully protect. So I appeal once again to the people of Hong Kong to jointly safeguard the social order of Hong Kong and to separate them from violence. Only in this way can we guarantee the stability of Hong Kong society. Calm. Source: CCTV News Client Responsible Editor: Wang Ning_NB12468

Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Lin Zheng Yue-e: The damage in the past two or three months has been very high. So far, we dont have any statistics, but we should have enough money. The most important thing for us is to restore it first and minimize its impact on the people of Hong Kong. As for how to prevent it in the future, we will try our best to deploy it. But I stress once again that sometimes, based on our social environment, the complexity of our urban management is difficult to fully protect. So I appeal once again to the people of Hong Kong to jointly safeguard the social order of Hong Kong and to separate them from violence. Only in this way can we guarantee the stability of Hong Kong society. Calm.