26 February 2020

US and others are warned not to interfere protests

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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has warned the United States and other countries against interfering in the city's domestic affairs, two days after thousands of protesters gathered outside the US consulate to ask President Donald Trump to "liberate" the city. reports citing CNN.

Lam said Tuesday it would be "totally unacceptable" for Washington or any other country to intervene in the semi-autonomous Chinese region."The Hong Kong government completely disagrees and expresses deep regret that foreign parliaments are interfering in our internal affairs through legislation," she said during her weekly news conference.

"We will never allow them to be stakeholders in Hong Kong's internal affairs."

The Hong Kong protests entered their 14th consecutive week on Sunday. Tens of thousands marched through the city's financial district and submitted a letter to officials of the US consulate, urging for greater action to help the protesters.

2019.09.10 / 13:11
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