2020-07-03

Haha really! Australia also learns from Britain to brush presence in Hong Kong

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Source:World Wide Web

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[Global Reporter Ding Jieyun]After the United Kingdom, another member of the”Five Eyes Alliance” Australia also came to brush a sense of presence. According to the Australian “Sydney Herald Morning News” on the 2nd, the country’s Prime Minister Morrison announced that he would provide “safe haven visa” for Hong Kong people. Previously British Prime Minister Johnson had declared that he would provide naturalization channels to 3 million Hong Kong people who are eligible to apply for a British National (Overseas) Passport (BNO), But it was questioned by the Hong Kong media:Britain is only showing a political stance, and the lip service is really hard.

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” Sydney Morning Herald”:Australia, Hong Kong will provide security Hong Kong Visa

According to reports, Morrison claimed on the same day that the developments in (Hong Kong) were “very worrying” and Australia’s position was consistent with other like-minded countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada.

He said that he is”very actively” considering the proposal to support Hong Kong people who are worried about the way forward, and the cabinet will soon consider providing similar (provided by the United Kingdom) opportunities.

The report also mentioned that the Australian government had been careful before and did not want to cause trouble on this issue.

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in this position day before Morrison The British Prime Minister Johnson announced on July 1 that it will provide naturalization channels to 3 million Hong Kong people who are eligible to apply for a British National (Overseas) passport (BNO). However, many public opinion have questioned this. A comment published in the”Bus Daily” said that it is very doubtful about the UK’s plan to relax the BNO holders’ application for residency. The comment says that first, the British are not so generous in nature. Second, the British are extremely resistant to new immigrants. Hong Kong’s”Sing Tao Daily” commented that the United Kingdom was only showing a political stance, and it was hard to come by.

Regarding the British side’s claim that it will provide Hong Kong residents with a British Overseas Citizen Passport (BNO) with more residency rights, an embassy spokesperson stated on the website of the Chinese Embassy in the UK on July 2 , The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress of China made it clear in the”Interpretation of Several Issues Concerning the Implementation of the Nationality Law of the People’s Republic of China> in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region” It is pointed out that all Chinese compatriots in Hong Kong, regardless of whether they hold a”British Dependent Territories Passport” or”British National (Overseas) Passport”, are Chinese citizens.

The spokesperson also said that if the British side insists on unilaterally changing the relevant practices, it will not only violate its own position and commitment, but also violate the basic principles of international law and international relations. We firmly oppose this and reserve the right to take corresponding measures. The Chinese side urges the British side to treat the Hong Kong SAR’s national security legislation objectively and impartially, respect China’s position and concerns, and not interfere in Hong Kong affairs in any way.

At the regular press conference of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs the previous day (July 1), Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian reiterated that in response to questions from foreign media reporters, the issue of Hong Kong’s national security legislation is purely China’s internal affairs. Foreign countries have no right to interfere. The Chinese government’s determination to safeguard national sovereignty, security, and development interests is unswerving, its determination to implement the principle of”one country, two systems,” and its determination to oppose any external forces’ interference in Hong Kong affairs is unswerving.