NHK News Protests at International Airport Continue Cancellation
In Hong Kong, where protests continue, many young people sat down at the international airport and boarding procedures continued, and many flights were canceled on the 14th.
Protests at Hong Kong International Airport Continue Cancellation Phase 14 August, 4:46
In Hong Kong, where protests continue, many young people sat down at the international airport and boarding procedures remained impossible. Many flights were canceled on the 14th. Young people are showing pressure on the Hong Kong government by making the airport a place for protests, and there is a possibility that confusion at the airport will continue.
In Hong Kong, many young people are coming to the international airport on the 13th to show a willingness to completely withdraw the amendments to the ordinance to allow the suspects to be handed over to mainland China and to protest the police's response. I sat down.
In the departure lobby, the passage in front of the entrance of the security checkpoint was occupied, and boarding procedures were not possible after the evening.
The number of people who sat down decreased in the early days of the 14th and boarding procedures resumed, but on the 14th, approximately 60 flights to and from Hong Kong have been canceled due to the effects of equipment.
Also, on the night of the 13th, a man who had an ID card in mainland China at the airport urged that young people were police officials in mainland China, and men were transported by scolding and pouring water. There was a situation where the police used a tear spray as a result of a clash between young people and the police near the airport entrance.
The youths are showing the stance that appeals to the international community and puts pressure on the Hong Kong government by using the airport, which is used by many foreign travelers and is difficult for police to embrace forced exclusion, as a place for protests. There is a possibility that the confusion will continue in the future.
President Trump “I want you to settle peacefully”
Regarding the ongoing protests in Hong Kong, President Trump of the United States told reporters in eastern New Jersey: “I'm hoping Hong Kong ’s situation is tight, but it ’s going to converge. I hope that all the people including China will solve it peacefully without causing casualties, ”he said.
- Inability to board at Hong Kong International Airport Impact of protests | NHK News 5 days
- A flight back on the way to Narita… Protest at Hong Kong International Airport | NHK News 6 days
- NHK International Airport Cancels Protest Activity Cancellation | NHK News 6 days
- NHK News: Chinese Ambassador to Britain “Do Not Interference with Domestic Affairs” Hong Kong Protests | NHK News 3 days