In response to a list issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs a few days ago, setting out a series of facts about the United States’ intervention in Hong Kong affairs and support for anti-China forces in Hong Kong, the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Carrie Lam, who is carrying out official activities in the Mainland, issued a statement on the 25th, stating that the United States and other external forces have In 2005, she continued to slander China, slander the Hong Kong SAR government, and slander the Hong Kong National Security Law. She and the Hong Kong SAR government firmly supported the Central People's Government to issue a list and strongly opposed any external forces interfering in Hong Kong affairs.

  Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor stated in the statement that some external forces, including the United States, have used the "Regulations Amendment Disturbance" and the formulation and implementation of the Hong Kong National Security Law in the past two years to support anti-China and Hong Kong elements blatantly obstructing the administration of the SAR government, even advocating " "Hong Kong independence" and "self-determination" seriously endanger national security and continue to resort to diplomatic and domestic political means to slander the country, slander the SAR government, and smear Hong Kong's national security law. It is shameful and condemned.

  Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor emphasized that she and the SAR government firmly support the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to list a series of facts about the US interference in Hong Kong affairs and support for anti-China forces in Hong Kong in the form of a "fact list".

The list is systematically divided into five major parts and a total of 102 items. The United States has interfered in Hong Kong affairs by concocting Hong Kong-related laws, imposing sanctions, slandering and discrediting SAR affairs, sheltering and supporting anti-China chaos in Hong Kong, multilateral pressure, and gathering allies.

These facts are indisputable. The international community and the people of Hong Kong will clearly grasp the hegemonic act of the United States' wanton intervention in Hong Kong affairs through the list, and they will also feel indignant at this.

She said that at the recent UN Human Rights Council meeting, representatives of many countries spoke in support of China's position and opposed other countries' interference in Hong Kong affairs.

Carrie Lam said, "I am also grateful to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for arranging me and several principal officials of the Special Administrative Region to clearly explain the situation in Hong Kong on this occasion."

  Carrie Lam said that the "Fact List" of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs once again cited the legitimacy, rationality and necessity of the Central Government's enactment of the Hong Kong National Security Law last year and its promulgation in Hong Kong, as well as the improvement of Hong Kong's electoral system this year.

In fact, after the implementation of the Hong Kong National Security Law, the stability of Hong Kong society has been restored, and illegal activities have been investigated in accordance with the law. Anti-China chaos in Hong Kong has been greatly curtailed; and the improvement of the electoral system will ensure that "patriots govern Hong Kong" and prevent anti-China chaos in Hong Kong from using elections. Enter the political system of the special zone.

The central government's measures help the SAR to prevent interference from external forces and are essential for Hong Kong to maintain national security and maintain long-term prosperity and stability.

She reiterated that after the implementation of the Hong Kong National Security Law and the improvement of the electoral system, Hong Kong will continue to be a free and open international city. The business environment has not been damaged at all. The rights and interests of overseas companies in Hong Kong are protected better than ever. With better conditions to integrate into the overall situation of the country's development, overseas companies will also have more opportunities in Hong Kong than ever before.

"We continue to welcome overseas companies, including American companies to set up offices in Hong Kong, and use Hong Kong as their regional headquarters and a base for entering the huge mainland market." (Headquarters reporter Zhou Weiqi Jindong)

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