China-FM Briefing/HK

China urges U.S. to stop interfering in HK affairs: spokeswoman

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Beijing, China - Dec 3, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Press briefing in progress
2. Reporters
3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Hua Chunying, spokeswoman, Chinese Foreign Ministry:
"I don't know whether Mr. Pompeo has ever read the Sino-British Joint Declaration. Does he really understand the declaration? Has he ever learned or studied it? Does he know the number of items in the declaration, or the concrete content of the declaration? Does he know that the core content of the declaration is that China would restore exercise of sovereignty over Hong Kong and the UK should return Hong Kong back to China? The basic policies regarding Hong Kong and their concrete clarification in the declaration are China's unilateral policy declaration and purely belong to China's internal affairs, with nothing to do with agreement between China and the UK. The legal basis of implementing the 'one country, two system' principle in Hong Kong is China's constitution and the Basic Law, not the Sino-British Joint Declaration. And moreover is there anything the declaration has to do with the U.S. ?"
4. Various of reporters
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Hua Chunying, spokeswoman, Chinese Foreign Ministry (partially overlaid with shot 6):
"We all know that the U.S. is inciting the so-called democratic movements around the world through its National Endowment for Democracy. I'm very curious how it can hype the so-called democracy, freedom and human rights around the world, while turning a blind eye to its own domestic problems in aspects like democracy, freedom and human rights? How can it focus on the so-called freedom of few extreme rioters to betray China and throw Hong Kong into chaos, but remain indifferent to the severe problems of democracy, freedom and human rights in its own country? I'm really curious: Do the U.S. people have no need for democracy, freedom and human rights? They should also enjoy democracy, human rights and freedom, shouldn't they? The U.S. should pay more attention to its own internal affairs."
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6. Reporters
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7. Reporters
8. Press briefing in progress

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China urges the U.S. to pay more attention to its domestic human rights problems, rather than interfering in China's internal affairs in Hong Kong, according to Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman Hua Chunying on Tuesday.

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday cited the 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration during a speech at the University of Louisville, urging China to honor the "one country, two system" commitment.

In response to his remarks, Hua said the Hong Kong affairs belong to China's internal affairs and the U.S. has nothing to do with it.

"I don't know whether Mr. Pompeo has ever read the Sino-British Joint Declaration. Does he really understand the declaration? Has he ever learned or studied it? Does he know the number of items in the declaration, or the concrete content of the declaration? Does he know that the core content of the declaration is that China would restore exercise of sovereignty over Hong Kong and the UK should return Hong Kong back to China? The basic policies regarding Hong Kong and their concrete clarification in the declaration are China's unilateral policy declaration and purely belong to China's internal affairs, with nothing to do with agreement between China and the UK. The legal basis of implementing the 'one country, two system' principle in Hong Kong is China's constitution and the Basic Law, not the Sino-British Joint Declaration. And moreover is there anything the declaration has to do with the U.S. ?" said Hua.

She urged the U.S. to pay more attention to solving the human rights problems in its own country rather than interfering in China's internal affairs.

"We all know that the U.S. is inciting the so-called democratic movements around the world through its National Endowment for Democracy. I'm very curious how it can hype the so-called democracy, freedom and human rights around the world, while turning a blind eye to its own domestic problems in aspects like democracy, freedom and human rights? How can it focus on the so-called freedom of few extreme rioters to betray China and throw Hong Kong into chaos, but remain indifferent to the severe problems of democracy, freedom and human rights in its own country? I'm really curious: Do the U.S. people have no need for democracy, freedom and human rights? They should also enjoy democracy, human rights and freedom, shouldn't they? The U.S. should pay more attention to its own internal affairs," said Hua.


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China-FM Briefing/HK

China urges U.S. to stop interfering in HK affairs: spokeswoman

Dateline : Dec 3, 2019

Location : Beijing,China

Duration : 2'01

  • English
  • Français


Beijing, China - Dec 3, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Press briefing in progress
2. Reporters
3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Hua Chunying, spokeswoman, Chinese Foreign Ministry:
"I don't know whether Mr. Pompeo has ever read the Sino-British Joint Declaration. Does he really understand the declaration? Has he ever learned or studied it? Does he know the number of items in the declaration, or the concrete content of the declaration? Does he know that the core content of the declaration is that China would restore exercise of sovereignty over Hong Kong and the UK should return Hong Kong back to China? The basic policies regarding Hong Kong and their concrete clarification in the declaration are China's unilateral policy declaration and purely belong to China's internal affairs, with nothing to do with agreement between China and the UK. The legal basis of implementing the 'one country, two system' principle in Hong Kong is China's constitution and the Basic Law, not the Sino-British Joint Declaration. And moreover is there anything the declaration has to do with the U.S. ?"
4. Various of reporters
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Hua Chunying, spokeswoman, Chinese Foreign Ministry (partially overlaid with shot 6):
"We all know that the U.S. is inciting the so-called democratic movements around the world through its National Endowment for Democracy. I'm very curious how it can hype the so-called democracy, freedom and human rights around the world, while turning a blind eye to its own domestic problems in aspects like democracy, freedom and human rights? How can it focus on the so-called freedom of few extreme rioters to betray China and throw Hong Kong into chaos, but remain indifferent to the severe problems of democracy, freedom and human rights in its own country? I'm really curious: Do the U.S. people have no need for democracy, freedom and human rights? They should also enjoy democracy, human rights and freedom, shouldn't they? The U.S. should pay more attention to its own internal affairs."
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6. Reporters
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7. Reporters
8. Press briefing in progress


China urges the U.S. to pay more attention to its domestic human rights problems, rather than interfering in China's internal affairs in Hong Kong, according to Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman Hua Chunying on Tuesday.

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday cited the 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration during a speech at the University of Louisville, urging China to honor the "one country, two system" commitment.

In response to his remarks, Hua said the Hong Kong affairs belong to China's internal affairs and the U.S. has nothing to do with it.

"I don't know whether Mr. Pompeo has ever read the Sino-British Joint Declaration. Does he really understand the declaration? Has he ever learned or studied it? Does he know the number of items in the declaration, or the concrete content of the declaration? Does he know that the core content of the declaration is that China would restore exercise of sovereignty over Hong Kong and the UK should return Hong Kong back to China? The basic policies regarding Hong Kong and their concrete clarification in the declaration are China's unilateral policy declaration and purely belong to China's internal affairs, with nothing to do with agreement between China and the UK. The legal basis of implementing the 'one country, two system' principle in Hong Kong is China's constitution and the Basic Law, not the Sino-British Joint Declaration. And moreover is there anything the declaration has to do with the U.S. ?" said Hua.

She urged the U.S. to pay more attention to solving the human rights problems in its own country rather than interfering in China's internal affairs.

"We all know that the U.S. is inciting the so-called democratic movements around the world through its National Endowment for Democracy. I'm very curious how it can hype the so-called democracy, freedom and human rights around the world, while turning a blind eye to its own domestic problems in aspects like democracy, freedom and human rights? How can it focus on the so-called freedom of few extreme rioters to betray China and throw Hong Kong into chaos, but remain indifferent to the severe problems of democracy, freedom and human rights in its own country? I'm really curious: Do the U.S. people have no need for democracy, freedom and human rights? They should also enjoy democracy, human rights and freedom, shouldn't they? The U.S. should pay more attention to its own internal affairs," said Hua.


ID : 8128923

Published : 2019-12-03 17:55

Last Modified : 2019-12-04 20:14:03

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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