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China reiterates its rejection of US intervention in Hong Kong affairs

2019-09-06T18:01:25.683Z

BEIJING - China has reiterated its rejectionist stance and firm opposition to US interference in Hong's affairs



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China has reaffirmed its rejectionist stance and firm opposition to US interference in Hong Kong's affairs, calling on Americans to stop interfering in China's internal affairs.

"We have made it clear that China has made its position clear on many occasions. However, some in the United States still take the wrong stance to criticize and interfere in the affairs of Hong Kong, which is China's internal affairs," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qing Shuang told a news conference.

"The future of Hong Kong is solely decided by the Chinese people, including our compatriots in Hong Kong," he said, stressing that China is not afraid of any threat and that any attempt to undermine the principle of "one country, two systems" is doomed to failure.

Responding to comments by US officials that the United States would discuss with Iceland and all its allies the rejection of the Chinese technology giant "Huawei" in the 5G networks, said: This is a model of dominance in which the United States is trying to politicize trade and economic issues, stressing that China strongly opposes these actions.

He stressed that the politicization of issues related to 5G networks in a discriminatory manner harms the common interest of the international community, adding that we strongly oppose the misuse of the concept of national security in the United States and urge the United States to stop such mistakes and provide a fair, equitable and non-discriminatory environment for Chinese companies to invest and work in the United States. .

Source: sena

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