Hong Kong: British government summoned Chinese ambassador to express displeasure
The British government summoned the Chinese ambassador to London and accused Beijing of violating its international obligations after the removal of four pro-democracy parliamentarians in Hong Kong.
Chinese ambassador Liu Xiaoming was called to appear at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to hear “London’s deep concerns about the latest actions,” said Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s spokesman.
“The UK will continue to denounce violations of Hong Kong’s rights and freedoms and remind China of the obligations with which it freely agreed under international law,” he added.
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