|Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying's Remarks on the US Vile Hong Kong-Related Remarks|
Q: Regarding the media-revealed meeting between US consular official in Hong Kong and some Hong Kong separatists, the spokesperson of the US Department of State said yesterday that releasing the personal information of an American diplomat is just unacceptable, and that it is what a "thuggish regime" rather than a responsible nation would do. The US commends its diplomats for their work. I wonder what is China's response to that?
A: The frequent US interference in Hong Kong affairs will surely be met with firm opposition and strong indignation from all Chinese people including those in Hong Kong. The spokesperson of the US Department of State should first of all reflect on her words rather than criticize and smear the Chinese government using the media reports as an excuse. She is just trying to shift blames by deliberately misinterpreting the truth, and taking this as a clumsy pretext to cover for the US interference in China's internal affairs.
This spokesperson has gone so far as to take interference in others' internal affairs as routine work for their diplomats around the globe and applaud such practice. How could the world enjoy peace when the US is doing so?
Hong Kong is China's Hong Kong. The Chinese people cannot be insulted or bullied. We urge the US to abide by international law and basic norms governing international relations and immediately stop interfering in China's internal affairs.