China’s foreign ministry office in Hong Kong argues that residents and the international community have been optimistic about the city’s future under the national security law. Photo: Warton Li
China’s foreign ministry office in Hong Kong argues that residents and the international community have been optimistic about the city’s future under the national security law. Photo: Warton Li

National security law: Beijing slams US ‘safe haven’ offer to Hongkongers as ‘plot to stir up trouble’, interference in city affairs

  • Condemnation follows the Biden administration’s granting of 18-month window for Hong Kong residents to live and work in the US
  • Spokesman for Chinese foreign ministry in city says Beijing-imposed security legislation widely embraced by residents and international community

China’s foreign ministry office in Hong Kong argues that residents and the international community have been optimistic about the city’s future under the national security law. Photo: Warton Li
China’s foreign ministry office in Hong Kong argues that residents and the international community have been optimistic about the city’s future under the national security law. Photo: Warton Li
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