According to CCTV news on July 31, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Wang Wenbin hosted a regular press conference. At the meeting, foreign media reporters asked questions about Hong Kong's National Security Law: Tomorrow, Hong Kong's National Security Law will be implemented for one month. Considering the criticism of Hong Kong's National Security Law from many countries, will China make a reassessment?
Wang Wenbin said, first of all, I want to correct your inaccurate statement. You said that "there are many countries criticizing the Hong Kong National Security Law." This is not true. The fact is that at the recent UN Human Rights Council, more than 50 countries have jointly spoken in support of China's enactment of the Hong Kong National Security Law.
Wang Wenbin said that Hong Kong is a special administrative region of China and Hong Kong affairs are purely China's internal affairs, and any foreign country or organization has no right to interfere. A few countries have adopted some so-called sanctions against China, which violated the basic norm of non-interference in other countries' internal affairs in international relations, and China firmly opposes it.
Wang Wenbin emphasized that China is not afraid of intimidation by any external forces. We safeguard national sovereignty, security, and development interests, implement the "one country, two systems" policy, and oppose any external forces' determination to interfere in Hong Kong affairs.