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China Reacts To Britain Banning Huawei

The Beijing administration said that the pressure on the company in question under the pretext of national security was unacceptable.

Vang Vınbin, spokesperson of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, made an assessment of Britain's Huawei decision at the regular press conference in Beijing, the capital.

Vang stated that they are against the violation of market rules and fair competition principles in order to separate certain companies of some countries in a "groundless and unproven" manner.

Chinese spokesperson: 
"We are even against putting pressure on foreign companies under the pretext of national security and creating artificial barriers to prevent collaborations." 

Vang said that those acting in this way will only harm their own interests and dignity.

Britain announced on July 14 that Huawei's equipment was decided to be removed from Britain's 5G infrastructure by 2027, yesterday asking Japan for help with the construction of 5G networks.

Spokesman Wang, Britain Hong Kong are related to the agreement on extradition between the decision to suspend with that interfere with Hong Kong London management "wrong" is located in the comments and actions, the basic norms of international relations "serious," he violate assessment.

"The UK is seriously interfering with China's internal affairs. China reports that it strongly condemns this situation." 
Vang urged England to
"Not go further on the wrong path" to avoid further damage to bilateral relations."
The British press announced that due to the enforcement of the National Security Law in Hong Kong, Britain would suspend the extradition agreement with Hong Kong.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a statement on the matter that "they should give a measured response to China and be harsh on some issues" regarding Hong Kong.

The Hong Kong National Security Act, adopted unanimously on June 30 at the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (UHK) of China's highest legislative body, was signed by President Shi Cinping and entered into force.

The law, which prohibits attempts to destroy the state, treats treason and national security, targets the anti-government protest movement, which was originally launched against the draft law in June 2019, which continued with intensive mass protests until the end of the year.

While the law paved the way for the opposition journalists, businessmen and activists, who are called "traitors of Hong Kong" by the Chinese media, on the grounds of national security, those who commit the prohibited crimes can be sentenced to 3 years of life.

The law has been criticized on the grounds that it will change Hong Kong's autonomous government structure and put the region under the direct direction of the Chinese central government.

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