Liu Guangyuan, Beijing’s new top diplomat in Hong Kong, has pledged ‘more robust’ opposition to perceived external interference. Photo: Handout Liu Guangyuan, Beijing’s new top diplomat in Hong Kong, has pledged ‘more robust’ opposition to perceived external interference. Photo: Handout
Liu Guangyuan, Beijing’s new top diplomat in Hong Kong, has pledged ‘more robust’ opposition to perceived external interference. Photo: Handout

Beijing’s new chief diplomat in Hong Kong says battle against ‘foreign forces’ his top priority, dubs 2019 protests a ‘colour revolution’

  • Meddling by ‘forces trying to seize power and seek subversion’ at core of issues facing city, Liu Guangyuan says at first press briefing
  • Office will also help residents grasp opportunities presented by the Belt and Road Initiative and Greater Bay Area plan, he pledges

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Liu Guangyuan, Beijing’s new top diplomat in Hong Kong, has pledged ‘more robust’ opposition to perceived external interference. Photo: Handout Liu Guangyuan, Beijing’s new top diplomat in Hong Kong, has pledged ‘more robust’ opposition to perceived external interference. Photo: Handout
Liu Guangyuan, Beijing’s new top diplomat in Hong Kong, has pledged ‘more robust’ opposition to perceived external interference. Photo: Handout
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