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Chinese police launch emergency response training in Hong Kong

2019-08-10T03:45:52.872Z

Hong Kong protests have raised concerns over potential Chinese mainland troops, and Chinese police are attracting attention as they train to prepare for emergencies around the country. According to the official Global Times, the Chinese Ministry of Public Security has instructed police throughout China to do field training to improve national political and social stability.



Hong Kong protests have raised concerns over potential Chinese mainland troops, and Chinese police are attracting attention as they train to prepare for emergencies around the country.

According to the official Global Times, the Chinese Ministry of Public Security has instructed police throughout China to do field training to improve national political and social stability.

A notice issued by the national police station in China states that the basic training of combat police is to be strengthened and the focus is on preventing risks and improving safety.

The Chinese Ministry of Public Security said the training should be focused on responding to emergencies, focusing on rapid response and improving complex situational management.

The Global Times says the ministry's action came after riot training following a similar riot scenario in Hong Kong, with 12,000 police officers in Shenzhen, Guangdong.

This is intended to prevent public sentiment in mainland China due to the prolonged and prolonged Hong Kong crisis, and to prepare for the introduction of personnel in mainland China in case of emergency.

Earlier today, more than 12,000 police troops gathered in Shenzhen Bay, where Hong Kong was seen across the sea, and emergency response exercises were conducted, including special police training.

During the training, 1,500 police officers suppressed about 2,000 mock demonstrators in black suits and yellow hardhats, and the commanders with shields successfully disbanded the mock demonstrators with tear gas. It has been reported.

(Photo: AFP, Yonhap News)

Source: sbskr

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