© Reuters. Banners introducing National Security law are placed at a high school, before National Security Education Day, in Hong Kong
HONG KONG (Reuters) – Beijing’s top representative in Hong Kong said on Thursday that any foreign power trying to use the global financial center as a pawn would face a plea. France responded, amid escalating tensions between the city and Western governments.
Luo Huining, Director of China’s Hong Kong Liaison Office, is speaking at the National Security Education Day celebration.
Beijing imposed national security law against Hong Kong last June, which Western governments have condemned as an attempt to crush dissent in the former British colony.
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