Hong Kong police arrest Chen Rijun and others, US calls on Beijing to release people immediately

Chen Rijun, Emeritus Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong. (Getty Images)


hong kongOn the 11th, police arrested four people, including Bishop Emeritus of Catholic Hong Kong Diocese Chen Rijun and Singer Hee Yunshi, on suspicion of colluding with foreign forces or endangering national security.white HouseDeputy spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre called on Chinese and Hong Kong officials to immediately release those involved, and the U.S.state DepartmentStrongly condemned.

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Kurt Campbell, coordinating director of Indo-Pacific Affairs at the White House National Security Council, said at an event at the United States Institute of Peace that repression and attempts to harm civil society in Hong Kong are increasingly disturbing. US UK to discuss the development of the situation. Including communication with the parties.

Champier said he called on the authorities of the People’s Republic of China and Hong Kong to stop targeting social workers in Hong Kong and immediately release Hong Kong people who have been wrongfully arrested or prosecuted.

Champier said that freedom of expression is vital for a prosperous and secure society.


Hong Kong Police arrested Catholic Hong Kong Diocese on 11th on suspicion of conspiracy to collude with foreign forces or foreign forces to endanger national security...
On the 11th, Hong Kong police arrested four people, including Bishop Emeritus of the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong Chen Rizun and Singer Hee Yunshi, for conspiracy to collude with foreign forces or foreign forces to endanger national security. are in doubt. The photo shows Catholic Bishop Emeritus Chen Rijun. (Getty Images)

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