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The UN Human Rights Office is concerned about the PolyU situation and appeals to the authorities to try their best to ease the situation and resolve the situation peacefully

2019-11-19T20:40:56.441Z

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) issued a statement on Tuesday saying that the past few months have been deeply concerned about the development of the situation in Hong Kong. For the current situation of the Polytechnic University, the UN Human Rights Office urges the authorities to make every effort to ease the situation and deal with the apparently worsening humanitarian situation. The situation has brought the incident to a peaceful resolution.



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Written by: Fang Yushan

2019-11-20 04:33

Last updated date: 2019-11-20 04:33

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) issued a statement on Tuesday saying that the past few months have been deeply concerned about the development of the situation in Hong Kong. For the current situation of the Polytechnic University, the UN Human Rights Office urges the authorities to make every effort to ease the situation and deal with the apparently worsening humanitarian situation. The situation has brought the incident to a peaceful resolution.

Rupert Colville, a spokesperson for the United Nations Human Rights Office, said that he was seriously concerned about the increasing violence of young people involved in the protests. Some demonstrators expressed deep regret and intolerance against the police, including the police, and called for all Participating in the demonstrations to abandon and condemn the use of violence.

We are gravely concerned about increasing violence in the streets of #HongKong. We urge the authorities to do all they can to de-escalate the situation at #PolytechnicUniversity, to address the situation of those inside & facilitate a peaceful resolution: https:// T.co/CSglZTEizm pic.twitter.com/W8yLeI26l3

— UN Human Rights (@UNHumanRights) November 19, 2019

At the same time, Kewell also pays attention to the alleged excessive use of force by the Hong Kong police. He urged the Hong Kong Government to step up its efforts to unite the community, including student groups, business communities, political leaders, community leaders and others, to conduct a truly inclusive dialogue. Peacefully resolve the dissatisfaction raised by a large number of Hong Kong citizens.

Kewell said that the UN Human Rights Office is ready to provide advice and support to the Hong Kong government in peacefully resolving the crisis through dialogue.

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