Write down to interfere in China's internal affairs! Trump hastily announced the signing of Hong Kong-related regulations "sanctioning China"
[Global Network Reporter Liu Yang] The US Capitol Hill news has just announced that Trump announced on the 14th local time that he has signed a statute that will impose sanctions on Chinese entities and individuals who "help limit Hong Kong's autonomy." He also said that he had signed an executive order to end the special treatment granted to Hong Kong.
According to US CNBC news, Trump made a long speech at the Rose Garden of the White House at the time, but announced that the content of "sanctions against China" was only a few words, and then he quickly shifted the topic to the theme of the campaign.
After the implementation of the National Security Law in Hong Kong, the US has made negative words and deeds many times. The US Congress passed the "Hong Kong Autonomy Act" and relevant Hong Kong-related resolutions, accusing China of advancing Hong Kong's national security legislation and threatening to impose sanctions on relevant Chinese personnel, entities and financial institutions.
In response to the US action, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on June 29 that China has decided to impose visa restrictions on US personnel who perform badly on Hong Kong issues in response to US visa restrictions on Chinese officials involved in Hong Kong.
Zhao Lijian said that Hong Kong’s national security legislation is aimed at safeguarding national sovereignty, security, and development interests, guaranteeing Hong Kong’s long-term security and long-term prosperity and stability, and ensuring that the practice of “one country, two systems” is stable and far-reaching. Hong Kong affairs are China's internal affairs, and no foreign country has the right to interfere. The Chinese government is unswerving in its determination to safeguard national sovereignty, security, and development interests, the determination to implement the "one country, two systems" policy, and its determination to oppose any external forces to interfere in Hong Kong affairs. No matter how the chaotic forces of chaos in Hong Kong are clamoring or how the external anti-China forces exert pressure, they cannot stop China's determination and actions to advance Hong Kong's national security legislation. Their plot will fail. The relevant motion is also a piece of waste paper.
A day later, Zhao Lijian said at a regular press conference on June 30: Regarding the issue of Hong Kong's national security legislation, China has stated its solemn position many times. This issue is purely China's internal affairs, and no foreign country has the right to interfere. The Chinese government's determination to safeguard national sovereignty, security and development interests is unswerving, its determination to implement the policy of one country, two systems is unswerving, and its determination to oppose any external forces to interfere in Hong Kong's affairs is unswerving. China is not intimidating. The United States’ attempts to obstruct China’s advancement of Hong Kong’s national security legislation through so-called sanctions will never succeed. In response to the wrong actions of the US, China will take necessary countermeasures and firmly safeguard its own national interests.