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Hong Kong sky reopened… Protesters regroup in airports

2019-08-13T09:01:02.773Z

The skyway that had been blocked for one day yesterday by the airport occupied by Hong Kong protesters reopened today. However, the demonstrators, which were disbanded in the morning, are gathering again at the airport. This is a report by correspondent Beijing Jung Sung-yeop.



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The skyway that was blocked for one day yesterday (12th) by the airport occupied by Hong Kong protesters reopened today. However, the demonstrators, which were disbanded in the morning, are gathering again at the airport.

This is a report by correspondent Beijing Jung Sung-yeop.

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Check-in and take-off and landing are taking place at Hong Kong Airport, which is back in operation today at 7 am.

However, passengers who did not board yesterday and passengers boarding today are mixed, and the boarding process is delayed more than usual.

The airport said some flights could be canceled or delayed.

As a result of protests against criminal extradition legislation, more than 310 flights to and from Hong Kong were canceled after a day of airport suspension.

Domestic flights between Incheon and Hong Kong resumed operation in the afternoon, while Korean travelers bound from Hong Kong are returning on a rebooked flight.

In response to the Hong Kong airport suspension, Hong Kong's administration Carriram accused protesters of destroying the rule of law and forcing Hong Kong into deep waters.

He also warned that violence would cause Hong Kong to fall back into a state of irreversible consequences.

But demonstrators are disintegrating to the airport.

Hundreds of protesters have been gathering to the airport arrivals since afternoon.

The airport emergency center and Hong Kong police are watching the protesters and preparing for what's going on.

Source: sbskr

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