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British Consulate General's Restraint China “Illegal conduct of illegal activities”

2019-11-21T14:40:57.310Z

A man who was a local employee of the British Consulate General in Hong Kong was detained by local police while on a business trip to mainland China, and was treated like torture ...



Restraint of the British Consulate General China “Illegal conduct of illegal conduct” English protest rejection November 21 23:25

The Chinese government rejects the protest that the British government protested that a man who was a local employee of the British Consulate General in Hong Kong was detained by local police and treated as being tortured while traveling to mainland China At the same time, a video provided by the police stating that men were prostitutes was streamed on the Internet, and the British side was strained.

A man who was a local employee of the British Consulate General in Hong Kong was detained by the police as a prostitute when he traveled to Shenzhen in China in August. British Foreign Minister Raab issued a statement on the 20th, calling the Chinese ambassador in Britain to protest and pursue responsibility for the man being treated as torture in detention.

About this, spokeswoman Xiang Xi of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China said at a press conference on the 21st that "Chinese police authorities guaranteed the legitimate rights of men and men self-deeded illegally." “The man is a Hong Kong citizen, an internal problem in China, and the British protest is completely unreasonable.”

In addition, China's state media has guilty of surveillance camera footage and police investigation that men are prostitutes on the Internet as being provided by the police. I told you about the video.

The Chinese government seems to have the goal of controlling the British side and shifting its focus due to the issue of torture.

* "Sen" is a river in the soil

Source: nhk

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