Hong Kong police chief Chris Tang (left) meets public security minister Zhao Kezhi in Beijing. Photo: Weibo Hong Kong police chief Chris Tang (left) meets public security minister Zhao Kezhi in Beijing. Photo: Weibo
Hong Kong police chief Chris Tang (left) meets public security minister Zhao Kezhi in Beijing. Photo: Weibo

Top Chinese public security official Zhao Kezhi backs new Hong Kong police chief Chris Tang and heaps praise on force for efforts during ongoing protests

  • Public security minister Zhao says central government is giving the ‘strongest backing’ to the force as social unrest reaches sixth month
  • Before heading to Beijing, Tang appeals to Hong Kong protesters joining a mass rally ­approved for Sunday to reject violence

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Hong Kong police chief Chris Tang (left) meets public security minister Zhao Kezhi in Beijing. Photo: Weibo Hong Kong police chief Chris Tang (left) meets public security minister Zhao Kezhi in Beijing. Photo: Weibo
Hong Kong police chief Chris Tang (left) meets public security minister Zhao Kezhi in Beijing. Photo: Weibo
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