Be fair and comfortable-more than 70 countries speak at the United Nations to support China's Hong Kong SAR national security legislation

  Xinhua News Agency, Geneva, July 2nd. Following Cuba’s speech on behalf of 53 countries at the UN Human Rights Council on June 30. After the Chinese legislature passed the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China’s National Security Law, there were more than 20 representatives on July 1 and 2 respectively. Speaking at the Human Rights Council in support of China’s national security legislation in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

  Russia stated that Russia firmly supports China's implementation of "one country, two systems" in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Hong Kong affairs are entirely China's internal affairs.

  Laos welcomes China to protect national security by establishing and improving the legal system and enforcement mechanism of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region to safeguard national security. Myanmar and Cambodia stated that the national security legislative power belongs to one country’s sovereignty, and China’s enactment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s National Security Law is conducive to safeguarding national security and safeguarding “one country, two systems.” It hopes that the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region will continue to maintain peace, stability, harmony, and prosperity without foreign interference. . Afghanistan emphasized that the national security legislation of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region belongs to China’s national security affairs and internal affairs. The law will not harm "one country, two systems" and will not affect the legal rights, freedoms, and interests of Hong Kong residents. Cape Verde stated that in support of the "one country, two systems" policy, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s national security legislation aimed at safeguarding national security belongs to Chinese sovereignty and has nothing to do with human rights issues.

  Burundi welcomes China’s efforts to promote and protect human rights and its contribution to the international human rights cause. It expresses Burundi’s firm support for “one country, two systems” and highly appreciates the adoption of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China’s National Security Law by the Chinese legislature, which will effectively protect the human rights of Hong Kong residents. Both Hong Kong and Xinjiang are an inseparable part of China, and urge the countries concerned to immediately stop acts that violate the Charter of the United Nations, use Hong Kong and Xinjiang affairs, and use human rights issues to interfere in China’s internal affairs.

  North Korea, Venezuela and Cameroon expressed their firm opposition to the use of issues involving Hong Kong and Xinjiang by other countries to interfere in China's internal affairs. Serbia, Armenia, and Chad expressed their adherence to the one-China principle, support for China to safeguard its sovereignty and territorial integrity, and support for "one country, two systems." Nepal and Kyrgyzstan emphasized that Hong Kong affairs are China's internal affairs. Tanzania emphasized that Hong Kong and Taiwan are an inseparable part of China and oppose the politicization of human rights issues.

  The Maldives stated that China is an important partner of the Maldives, and the development of relations between Malaysia and China has always been based on the principle of mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity. Under the principle of "one country, two systems", the people of Hong Kong will enjoy stability, prosperity and freedom for a long time.

  Ethiopia, Côte d’Ivoire and Madagascar said that Hong Kong affairs are China’s internal affairs. The Human Rights Council should follow the principles of objectivity, fairness, constructiveness, non-politicization, and non-selectivity. It should not politicize human rights issues and adopt double standards.

  Indonesia, Vietnam, Bahrain, Sudan, Algeria, Nigeria, Morocco and other countries stated that countries should abide by the basic norms of international relations such as non-interference in internal affairs and oppose the practice of interfering in internal affairs on the pretext of human rights issues.