'One country, two systems': What's behind the Hong Kong protests
Wednesday, 14 August 2019 (
6 days ago)
Continued unrest in Hong Kong has resulted in hundreds of injuries, many more arrests, and increasing international attention.
Foreign minister Dr Andrew Murrison says that the UK "recognises China's sovereignty" over Hong Kong and emphasised the "one country, two systems" solution set out in the 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration. Dr Murrison's comments come days after Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab was told by Beijing to... Foreign Minister: 'No dispute' about status of Hong Kong 00:47
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