Anti-Hong Kong Human Rights Law China: Suspend Application of U.S.
In response to US President Trump’s signing of the Hong Kong Bill of Rights and Democracy, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying said today that the Chinese government has decided to suspend the review and approval of applications for U.S. warships to Hong Kong for recuperation. NGOs impose sanctions.
It is not the first time that China has refused U.S. warplanes to rest in Hong Kong as a political retaliation. The observation point of this countermeasure is whether the foreign personnel and funded activities of the named American NGO in Hong Kong will be subject to the Hong Kong government. Sanctions such as eviction or freezing activities.
According to the World Wide Web, Hua Chunying announced a regular press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs this afternoon, proactively announcing that the Chinese government is committed to signing the so-called “Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Bill” into law by the Chinese government against the United States.
Hua Chunying said that the United States, in spite of China’s resolute opposition, insisted on signing the so-called “Hong Kong Bill of Rights and Democracy” into law, which is a serious violation of international law and the basic norms of international relations and a serious interference in China’s internal affairs. China has shown a firm attitude in this regard.
In response to the U.S.’s unreasonable behavior, Hua Chunying said that the Chinese government has decided to suspend the approval of applications for U.S. warships to go to Hong Kong for recuperation. At the same time, the U.S. Freedom House and other non-governmental organizations storms of Hong Kong law enforcement have imposed sanctions.
She reiterated that China urges the United States to rectify its mistakes and stop any words and deeds that interfere with Hong Kong affairs and interfere in China’s internal affairs. China will take further necessary actions in accordance with the development of the situation, firmly defend Hong Kong’s stability and prosperity, and firmly safeguard national sovereignty, security, and development interests.
Regarding media questions, why did China impose sanctions on relevant U.S. NGOs? Hua Chunying responded that a lot of facts and evidence showed that relevant NGOs supported the anti-China chaotic elements in various ways and tried to instigate them to engage in extreme violent crimes. To incite “Hong Kong independence” separatist activities.
She emphasized that these NGOs have a significant responsibility for the current chaos in Hong Kong. These organizations deserve sanctions and must pay their dues.