Lord Chris Patten, the last British governor of Hong Kong, also called for a UN special envoy to defend human rights in the city
UK to allow thousands of Hong Kong residents to move to Britain if China passes THIS law
THE UK could allow thousands of Hong Kong residents to move to Britain as the government joins forces with the, USA, Canada and Australia to oppose new security laws for Hong Kong.
Declaration of the High Representative on behalf of the European Union on Hong Kong
The EU expresses its grave concern at the steps taken by China on 28 May, which are not in conformity with its international commitments (Sino-British Joint Declaration of 1984) and the Hong Kong Basic Law. This risks to seriously undermine the ‘One Country Two Systems’ principle and the high degree of autonomy of the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong.
EU relations with China are based on mutual respect and trust. This decision further calls into question China’s will to uphold its international commitments. We will raise the issue in our continuing dialogue with China
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