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He Yunshi urges the Human Rights Council to exclude the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs from approving “not self-reliant”

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Against the social unrest caused by the revision of the Fugitive Offenders Regulations, Hong Kong singer He Yunshi attended the regular meeting of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland on the 8th to learn about the situation in Hong Kong. In her speech, she mentioned that if China does not respect human rights, the Human Rights Council should remove China.

In response, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Yan Shuang retorted on the 9th that it was delusional and unconcerned.

On the 8th, He Yunshi said that 2 million people took to the streets last month to oppose the amendments. She said that the amendments will remove the firewalls of Hong Kong and China and speak for about 30 seconds. The young diplomat of China’s permanent mission to Geneva, Dai Demao, immediately Interrupted, he pointed out that Hong Kong is an integral part of the People’s Republic of China. The juxtaposition of Hong Kong with China is a violation of the UN Charter and requires the General Assembly to rule. Vice-President Asperond later reminded her to pay attention to the relevant principles and continue to let her speak.

At the regular press conference of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the 9th, a reporter asked that He Yunshi made a remark on the revision of the Fugitive Offenders Regulations by the Hong Kong SAR Government at the UN Human Rights Council, but was interrupted by the Chinese representative. Does Beijing not allow Hong Kong folks to International occasions make statements that are not conducive to China’s position.

The response is that Hong Kong is a special administrative region of China. Hong Kong affairs are purely China’s internal affairs. No country or organization has the right to intervene. The relevant non-governmental organizations violated the UN Charter and the relevant provisions of the UN Human Rights Council, challenged the one-China principle in their speeches, interfered in China’s internal affairs and sovereignty, and slandered China’s human rights situation. The Chinese side expressed its firm opposition and strongly condemned it.

Yan Shuang stressed that since the reunification of Hong Kong, the principles of one country, two systems, Hong Kong people ruling Hong Kong and a high degree of autonomy have been effectively implemented and implemented. The rights and freedoms enjoyed by Hong Kong residents have been fully protected in accordance with the law. The facts are obvious to all. Maintaining Hong Kong’s prosperity and stability is not only in the interests of China but also in the interests of all countries in the world.

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