China imposed sanctions against American non-governmental human rights organizations Freedom House and Human Rights Watch (HRW), said in a statement the Chinese foreign Ministry.
"Recently, the United States adopted the law "On the protection of human rights and democracy in Hong Kong", ignoring the protest of China, this was a serious violation of international law and basic norms of international relations, as well as interference in the internal Affairs of China, Beijing in this regard, expressed its strong protest. In response, China decided to impose sanctions against a number of American nongovernmental organizations, including NDI, HRW, Freedom House," - said at a briefing on Monday, the official representative of the Chinese foreign Ministry Hua Chunying.
these measures Beijing proved that HRW supports the protesters in Hong Kong.
the Chinese Government has also suspended processing of applications "American ships" on the entry of Hong Kong, also said the Agency.
Informed the US President Donald trump has signed two laws relating to Hong Kong "On the protection of human rights and democracy in Hong Kong" and ban the supply in the special administrative region of certain police equipment. Documents adjust the law on US policy in respect of Hong Kong from 1992 and assume an annual review of trade relations with Hong Kong depending on the degree of autonomy, as well as sanctions against individuals Washington deems responsible for the violation of human rights in the administrative district.
in addition, China arrested a citizen of Belize because he allegedly colluded with people in the United States to intervene in the Affairs of Hong Kong, the official newspaper of the Communist party of Guangdong, citing local authorities.
Lee Henley, Hu Xiang, a businessman from Belize living in China, funded by key members of the "hostile forces" in the United States to undermine the national security of China, and supported the actions that led to chaos in Hong Kong, according to Southern Daily.