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China summons US ambassador for second time in 72 hours

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China summons US ambassador for second time in 72 hours Empty China summons US ambassador for second time in 72 hours

Post by rocky on Thu 28 Nov 2019, 3:14 pm


China summons US ambassador for second time in 72 hours

15:50 - 28/11/2019



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For the second time in 72 hours, China today summoned its US ambassador, Terry Branstad, to protest Washington's support for the protests in Hong Kong.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the recall of the ambassador came after US President Donald Trump signed the Human Rights and Democracy Act in Hong Kong in Congress, the Associated Press reported.
The statement added that Vice Foreign Minister Yue Cheng told the US ambassador that the signing of the law represents "a serious interference in China's internal affairs, and a serious violation of international law."
He considered "cramp" US law a form of "outright domination", calling on the United States not to implement it to avoid further deterioration in relations between Washington and Beijing, according to the same statement.
On Monday, Beijing summoned the US ambassador to protest against the passage of the Human Rights and Democracy Act in Hong Kong by Congress.
Since June, Hong Kong, a former British colony, has been experiencing its worst political crisis since its return to China in 1997.
The crisis was the outbreak of a protest movement against the attempt by the government of President Kari Lam, the passage of a controversial bill approving the extradition to China, a draft that was officially withdrawn last October.
However, protests continued and called for new demands, including more democratic reform, an independent investigation into allegations of excessive violence by police during the protests, the unconditional release of detainees, the non-description of the protests as riots, as well as direct elections for the city's chief executive. Finished 25 h
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For the second time in 72 hours, China today summoned its US ambassador, Terry Branstad, to protest Washington's support for the protests in Hong Kong.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the recall of the ambassador came after US President Donald Trump signed the Human Rights and Democracy Act in Hong Kong in Congress, the Associated Press reported.
The statement added that Vice Foreign Minister Yue Cheng told the US ambassador that the signing of the law represents "a serious interference in China's internal affairs, and a serious violation of international law."
He considered "cramp" US law a form of "outright domination", calling on the United States not to implement it to avoid further deterioration in relations between Washington and Beijing, according to the same statement.
On Monday, Beijing summoned the US ambassador to protest against the passage of the Human Rights and Democracy Act in Hong Kong by Congress.
Since June, Hong Kong, a former British colony, has been experiencing its worst political crisis since its return to China in 1997.
The crisis was the outbreak of a protest movement against the attempt by the government of President Kari Lam, the passage of a controversial bill approving the extradition to China, a draft that was officially withdrawn last October.
However, protests continued and called for new demands, including more democratic reform, an independent investigation into allegations of excessive violence by police during the protests, the unconditional release of detainees, the non-description of the protests as riots, as well as direct elections for the city's chief executive. Finished 25 h

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