Japan 's stance on Hong Kong 'praised' by other G-7 nations
TOKYO (REUTERS) - Japan was among the first nations to express its concern about China imposing a new security law, and its stance has been praised by other Group of Seven nations, chief cabinet secretary Yoshihide Suga said on Monday (June 8).. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Officials from the United States, Britain and others were cited in a report by Kyodo news agency on Sunday saying that Japan had decided not to join them in issuing a statement scolding China for imposing the new law, which observers fear could endanger Hong Kong's special autonomy and freedoms.
Mr Suga told a news conference that in addition to issuing a statement on May 28, the day China's parliament approved the law, saying Tokyo was"seriously concerned", it had also expressed its opinions directly to Chinese officials."We've expressed our opinions this way directly and promptly to China at a high level and have made our opinions quite clear to international society," he said.
"The United States, Britain, and other nations have praised our response," Suga said, adding that Japan remains in close contact with other nations on the issue.Tokyo is in a complicated position amid tension between China and the US over the Hong Kong issue as Japan plans for a state visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping. headtopics.comRead more: The Straits Times »
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Japan declines to join US and others in condemning China for Hong Kong lawTOKYO: Japan will not join the United States, Britain and others in issuing a statement scolding China for imposing a new security law, Kyodo news ... I support Japan and China. Hong Kong is China and China is Hong Kong. Police and people of Hong Kong must reconcile and unite & prosperity once again Smart decision,
Japan avoids signing US-Britain statement criticising China's security law in Hong KongTOKYO (BLOOMBERG) - Japan has refrained from joining countries, including the US and Britain, in coordinated criticism of China's move to impose a national security law in Hong Kong, Kyodo reported, citing people familiar with the matter.. Read more at straitstimes.com. MyFireTan Hi dd you know Sankei deleted the article? Thank you fake news
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Singapore did not take in 'large flows' of Hong Kong deposits: MASTHE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on Sunday stepped out to clarify that Singapore has not received 'large flows' of bank deposits from Hong Kong to Singapore. Read more at The Business Times. MAS_sg HK is fine. If HK isn't fine, HK EX could not have won over SGX and take their derivative business.
Hong Kong property market proves resilient even as crises mountHONG KONG (BLOOMBERG) - A controversial security law that threatens to upend Hong Kong's status as an Asian financial hub has not slowed the world's most expensive real estate market.. Read more at straitstimes.com. They like small and cramp apartment.
France tells China it still backs 'one country, two systems' for Hong KongFrench President Emmanuel Macron has told Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping he is following events in Hong Kong closely and continues to back the ...