South Korean President Moon Jae-in did not state that the Hong Kong protests were an internal matter for China, according to a palace spokesman. EPA-EFESouth Korean President Moon Jae-in did not state that the Hong Kong protests were an internal matter for China, according to a palace spokesman. EPA-EFE
South Korean President Moon Jae-in did not state that the Hong Kong protests were an internal matter for China, according to a palace spokesman. EPA-EFE

South Korea rejects China’s version of President Moon’s Hong Kong remarks

  • Beijing’s position that Hong Kong and Xinjiang are internal affairs ‘well noted’ but not endorsed, according to Seoul’s presidential office
  • Foreign ministry statements quote Moon and other leaders in support of China’s stance

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South Korean President Moon Jae-in did not state that the Hong Kong protests were an internal matter for China, according to a palace spokesman. EPA-EFESouth Korean President Moon Jae-in did not state that the Hong Kong protests were an internal matter for China, according to a palace spokesman. EPA-EFE
South Korean President Moon Jae-in did not state that the Hong Kong protests were an internal matter for China, according to a palace spokesman. EPA-EFE
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