China Bans U.S. Military Visits To Hong Kong. Sanctions U.S.-Based NGOs

Anti-government protesters raise their hands as they attend the “Lest We Forget” rally in Hong Kong, China December 1, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

CNN: China bans US military visits to Hong Kong in response to Washington’s support for protesters

Hong Kong (CNN)China will ban US warships and military aircraft from making stops in Hong Kong in the wake of Washington passing legislation supporting the territory’s pro-democracy protesters, the country’s Foreign Ministry said Monday.

“In response to the unreasonable behaviors of the US side, the Chinese government decides to suspend the review of requests by US military ships and aircraft to visit Hong Kong as of today,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said at a news conference in Beijing.

Hua also announced that Beijing would impose sanctions on several US non-governmental human rights organizations that have been monitoring and reporting on the protests in Hong Kong.


WNU Editor: U.S. support of Hong Kong’s demonstrators will also be impacting this …. U.S.-China trade deal ‘stalled because of Hong Kong legislation’ – Axios (Reuters).

Update: Duh!!!! …. Trump says U.S. bill on Hong Kong doesn’t help China trade talks (Reuters)

More News On China Banning U.S. Military Visits To Hong Kong

China to suspend US Navy visits to Hong Kong over new law — AP
US warships are suspended from visits to Hong Kong as China retaliates over Donald Trump’s decision to sign bills supporting the city’s pro-democracy protesters — Daily Mail
China suspends U.S. military visits to Hong Kong, sanctions U.S.-based NGOs — Reuters
China suspends review of US requests to send military ships and aircraft to Hong Kong in response to Hong Kong human rights bill — Business Insider
China suspends US Navy visits to Hong Kong over support for protests — BBC
China Retaliates After US Legislation Supports Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Movement — VOA

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