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Friday, 9 August 2019

China's threat, if the situation in Hong Kong is not under control, we will not remain silent

China's threat, if the situation in Hong Kong is not under control, we will not remain silent

The Hong Kong-Macao affairs office of the Chinese State Council and the central government in Hong Kong, at a meeting, considered the current situation of the protesters as the most serious. China has threatened the protesters not to forget to underestimate the central government. If the situation in Hong Kong is not under control, the Center will neither remain silent nor will we not sit hand in hand.

Hong Kong-based central government chief Chang Xiao Ming said the center considers the current situation as the greatest priority. A total of five and a half hundred people were present at this meeting, including the leaders of the business circles. Chang admitted that the situation in Hong Kong is on the verge of an emergency. Hong Kong delegates attending the meeting appealed that the protesters should support the government and the police so that the situation could be overcome. The Chinese side insisted that China was determined to maintain its sovereignty and Hong Kong's prosperity.

Do not provoke protesters: China

China has pointed to the US, saying that it opposes any country, organization, and individual interfering in Hong Kong affairs. China has urged the US Consulate in Hong Kong to comply with the global standards of the Vienna Diplomatic Relations Treaty, warning the US to set limits with those who provoke uproar in Hong Kong and not send wrong messages to protesters.

America raised the level of warning

The US government on Thursday increased its level of warning to its citizens about moving to the city of China due to increased violence due to pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. The Foreign Ministry issued a second-level travel advisory on Thursday, urging its citizens to be more vigilant due to civil unrest in Hong Kong. At the same time, the Ministry of External Affairs requested its citizens to avoid demonstrations and to be cautious on sudden arrival in the area with heavy crowd or demonstrations.

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