The co-location arrangement ofThe co-location arrangement would mean would mean that mainland officers would be stationed at the West Kowloon terminus and would be enforcing laws in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong The co-location arrangement ofThe co-location arrangement would mean would mean that mainland officers would be stationed at the West Kowloon terminus and would be enforcing laws in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
The co-location arrangement ofThe co-location arrangement would mean would mean that mainland officers would be stationed at the West Kowloon terminus and would be enforcing laws in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong talks with Beijing over co-location of checkpoints for Guangzhou rail link at ‘critical stage’

But city’s government not ready to reveal other information to public, says Undersecretary for Transport and Housing Yau Shing-mu

The co-location arrangement ofThe co-location arrangement would mean would mean that mainland officers would be stationed at the West Kowloon terminus and would be enforcing laws in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong The co-location arrangement ofThe co-location arrangement would mean would mean that mainland officers would be stationed at the West Kowloon terminus and would be enforcing laws in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
The co-location arrangement ofThe co-location arrangement would mean would mean that mainland officers would be stationed at the West Kowloon terminus and would be enforcing laws in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
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