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Beijing decided to “suspend the demands for a visit to the recovery of US warships” and punish organizations that “behaved badly.” The measures are a response to Washington’s decision to adopt a law that supports the prodemocracy demonstrations that shake the chinese autonomous territory.
China announced on Monday the immediate suspension of recovery scales of US warships in Hong Kong, and said it would establish sanctions against several US NGOs.
These measures were taken in response to Washington for adopting a law that supports the prodemocracy demonstrations that have shaken the Chinese autonomous territory for six months, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters.
Last week, the communist regime announced that it would take retaliatory measures after US President Donald Trump signed this law on human rights and democracy in Hong Kong.
Beijing considers this text as an interference in the internal affairs of the country.
In response, the government decided to “suspend the demands for a recovery visit from US warships, as of today,” Hua announced.
US military ships dock regularly in Hong Kong, on visits that allow the Marines to “recover” in the British excolonia.
Beijing had already blocked two US vessel visits in August, according to the United States Navy. A visit of the US Navy took place in April, before the start in June of the protests in Hong Kong.
The Chinese government will also “impose sanctions on NGOs that behaved badly” in Hong Kong, especially associations active in the field of human rights: the National Endowment for Democracy, the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, the International Republican Institute, Human Rights Watch and Freedom House, Hua detailed, without specifying what these sanctions consisted of.