China Tortures British Consulate General in Hong Kong or Western Media November 21 5:24
A man who was a local employee of a British consulate general in Hong Kong was temporarily detained by the police when he traveled to mainland China in August. Western media tortured when he was detained I was informed.
In August, however, a man who was a local employee of the British Consulate General in Hong Kong was detained by Chinese police for a 15-day administration as he violated security laws when he returned to Shenzhen for business on mainland China. He was released after being punished for detention.
Western media such as the British public broadcaster BBC reported on the 20th that this man was forced to stay in the same posture for a long time, other than being fixed or beaten when he was detained.
According to the BBC, the man has been asked by the Chinese side to provide information on the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.
British Foreign Minister Raab issued a statement, arguing that the treatment he received was tortured, protesting the Chinese ambassador in England and calling for responsibility.
On the other hand, a spokesman for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said at a regular press conference on the 20th: “We have not yet grasped the information that the British protested the Chinese ambassador, but the ambassador would not accept such a protest. I have told the side not to interfere with Chinese domestic affairs. "
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