China disappointed by the G7
No one intrudes on Hong Kong
A dissatisfied China emerges from the summit which ended yesterday on August 26 in Biarritz (see AVIONEWS) and it brought together the most important world powers (USA, Japan, Germany, France, Great Britain, Italy and Canada).
A discontent that derives from the joint statement with which the "G7" has supported Hong Kong and has invited to resolve the disorders, avoiding violence, for the more than two months of hard protests between the forces and activists.
Geng Shuang, a spokesman for the Chinese foreign minister, expressed strong opposition and he repeatedly pointed out that Hong Kong's affairs are internal matters and that no foreign government, organization or individual have the right to intervene. Carrie Lam, chief executive of Hong Kong, also maintains the hard line and she has declared that she will not resign despite the clashes.
China would have already accused Washington and London of interference and even it assumes an external "direction" as the original source of the Hong Kong demonstrations.
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency