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UK: HK's future 'unimaginable, dreadful' if protests continue – Chinese Ambassador

0 18.11.2019 Инфо

W/S Chinese Ambassador to UK, Liu Xiaoming entering the press conference, London
SOT, Liu Xiaoming, Chinese ambassador to the UK: "Hong Kong, the fragrant harbour, is sliding into an abyss of Chaos. The future of Hong Kong if such situation continues would be unimaginable, dreadful."
C/U Chinese flag
SOT, Liu Xiaoming, Chinese ambassador to the UK: "The 'one country, two systems' is an important concept of the communist party of China enabling the Chinese people to realise the peaceful reunification of the motherland. The Chinese government will continue to implement fully and faithfully 'one country, two systems', Hong Kong people administering Hong Kong, and a high degree of autonomy."
C/U British flag
SOT, Liu Xiaoming, Chinese ambassador to the UK: "We urge these forces [foreign governments] to immediately stop any form of interference in Hong Kong affairs, China's internal affairs and immediately stop condoning violent offences otherwise they will be lifting the stone only to drop it on their own feet."
W/S Liu Xiaoming showing video of protests
W/S End of presser
W/S Press room
SCRIPT
The Chinese ambassador to the UK Liu Xiaoming said that Hong Kong's future would be "unimaginable" and "dreadful" if the violent protests continue, while speaking at a press conference in London on Monday.
"Hong Kong, the fragrant harbour, is sliding into an abyss of Chaos. The future of Hong Kong if such situation continues would be unimaginable, dreadful," he said.
Liu Xiaoming also said that external forces must "immediately stop condoning violent offences otherwise they will be lifting the stone only to drop it on their own feet."
He further added that, "the Chinese government will continue to implement fully and faithfully 'one country, two systems'” called it “an important concept of the communist party of China enabling the Chinese people to realise the peaceful reunification of the motherland.”
Hong Kong has been rocked by protests sparked by a now-withdrawn extradition bill since March. The rallies have since evolved into a wider movement against the government, marked by violent clashes between protesters and the authorities.