Hong Kong people protested in front of the British Consulate: not to be obedient to the United States and interfere in Chinas internal affairs

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 Hong Kong people protested in front of the British Consulate: not to be obedient to the United States and interfere in Chinas internal affairs


Hong Kong citizens protest at British Consulate

Overseas news, July 6

According to the Hong Kong Business Daily website, a Hong Kong citizen group petitioned the British Consulate General in Hong Kong on June 6, strongly protesting against Britains gross interference in Chinas enactment of Hong Kongs national security law, calling on Britain to stop being obedient to the United States.

According to the report, the groups present included the Hong Kong defense movement and organizations from the agriculture and Fisheries sectors. They strongly protested against Britains intervention in Chinas enactment of Hong Kongs national security law, believing that this was a serious violation of international law and the basic norms of international relations.

The public said that the central government, seeing the deteriorating public security situation in Hong Kong, rampant street violence and local terrorism, has become a potential national security hazard. Therefore, the central government has enacted the Hong Kong national security law. China is one belt, one road ahead, and the other is to win the United Kingdom.

Hong Kong citizens protest at British Consulate

Many public opinions have questioned Britains plan to expand BNO holders rights. Hong Kongs bus news believes that in this international political controversy, many countries like to come out and make trouble, and appear to be very concerned about global affairs. But to ask them to pay a real price, for example, to let a large number of foreigners emigrate to China, grab jobs and get welfare, it will become unbearable. Star Island daily also believes that the so-called save Hong Kong political stance put forward by the United Kingdom is actually lip service is hard to come by.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }On the issue of British National (Overseas) passports, a spokesman for the Chinese Embassy in the UK said on July 2 that the British side had exchanged memoranda with China, explicitly promising not to grant the right of abode in the UK to Chinese citizens holding British National (Overseas) passports. The Standing Committee of the National Peoples Congress of China has clearly pointed out in the interpretation on Several Issues concerning the implementation of the nationality law of the peoples Republic of China in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) that all Chinese compatriots in Hong Kong, whether they hold British dependent territory Citizen Passport or British National (Overseas) passport, are Chinese citizens. At a regular press conference on July 2, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian also said that before Hong Kongs return to China, the British side made a clear commitment not to grant BNO travel document holders the right of abode in the UK. The British side ignored Chinas solemn position and insisted on changing its policy to provide a path for the relevant personnel to stay and naturalize in the UK. It has seriously violated its own commitments and seriously violated international law and the basic norms of international relations. Chinas response to Canadas sanctions against Hong Kong suspension of extradition treaty_ NBJ11145

On the issue of British National (Overseas) passports, a spokesman for the Chinese Embassy in the UK pointed out on July 2 that the British side had exchanged memoranda with China, explicitly promising not to grant Hong Kong Chinese citizens with British National (Overseas) passports the right of abode in the UK. The Standing Committee of the National Peoples Congress of China has clearly pointed out in the interpretation on Several Issues concerning the implementation of the nationality law of the peoples Republic of China in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) that all Chinese compatriots in Hong Kong, whether they hold British dependent territory Citizen Passport or British National (Overseas) passport, are Chinese citizens.

At a regular press conference on July 2, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian also said that before Hong Kongs return to China, the British side made a clear commitment not to grant BNO travel document holders the right of abode in the UK. The British side ignored Chinas solemn position and insisted on changing its policy to provide a path for the relevant personnel to stay and naturalize in the UK. It has seriously violated its own commitments and seriously violated international law and the basic norms of international relations.