Hong Kong 2 months from protests Secretary-General “Great Impact on the Economy” 10 August, 5:51
It has been two months since a series of protests began in Hong Kong over a proposal to amend the ordinance to allow the suspects to be handed over to mainland China. “The violent action has had a big impact on the economy,” said Hong Kong ’s chief executive, Moon Moon Rin, who was concerned about the situation in which protests are partly intensifying.
Secretary General of the Moon Tsukiyane, after talking with the business representatives on the 9th, said, “Violent acts are taking place and it has a big impact on the economy such as tourism and retailing. Urged them to stop violence.
On top of that, he said, “If the situation continues to worsen, the Chinese government will not be able to sit down.”
In Hong Kong, protests are scheduled on the 10th and 11th, but some are opposed by the police as a safety issue, and in addition to forced exclusion by the police, some areas collide with local residents. The fear of is also pointed out.
The Consulate General of Japan in Hong Kong is calling not to get close to the place where protests take place, and following the US and Australia, Canada also raises the level of safety information when traveling to “advanced warning” by one level. Call attention.