China News Agency, Washington, May 14. The spokesperson of the Chinese embassy in the United States said in a statement on the 13th that the United States has seriously interfered in China's internal affairs and judicial sovereignty by not making a statement concerning Hong Kong.

China firmly opposes this.

  On May 12, the U.S. State Department issued a statement. On May 13, U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi published a signed article in The Washington Post, slandering and slandering the legitimate law enforcement actions taken by the Hong Kong police against persons related to the "612 Fund". Pei did not unreasonably accuse Hong Kong of promulgating and implementing the "Hong Kong National Security Law" and China's policy of governing Hong Kong.

  The spokesman pointed out that Hong Kong is a society ruled by law, and no organization or individual can be above the law, and all illegal acts should be punished by the law.

The relevant personnel of the "612 Fund" are suspected of conspiring to collude with foreign countries or foreign forces to endanger national security, which is of a vile nature.

The actions taken by the Hong Kong police reflect that the law must be followed, and the violation must be punished.

  The spokesman said that the promulgation and implementation of the Hong Kong National Security Law has restored Hong Kong's security and stability and ensured the legitimate rights and interests of Hong Kong residents.

However, the US, especially some parliamentarians and politicians, has long used the guise of "democracy", "human rights" and "freedom" to support Hong Kong rioters, undermine Hong Kong's prosperity and stability, and curb China's development.

The smearing and smearing by any external intervening forces cannot stop Hong Kong's historical trend of turning from chaos to rule, from rule to prosperity.

The US plot will not succeed.

  The spokesperson emphasized that China urges the United States to recognize the situation clearly, respect China's sovereignty, stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs, stop interfering with the rule of law in Hong Kong, and stop interfering in China's internal affairs.