Sec. Blinken: ‘We Should’ Open Our Doors to Refugees Fleeing the Political Repression in Hong Kong

‘We’ve seen China act egregiously to undermine the very commitments it made during the handover of Hong Kong from Britain’

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MITCHELL: “Should the U.S. join Britain in opening its doors to refugees fleeing the political repression in Hong Kong?"
BLINKEN: "I believe we should. We’ve seen China act egregiously to undermine the very commitments it made during the handover of Hong Kong from Britain, and we see people who are again in Hong Kong, standing up for their own rights, the rights that they thought were guaranteed to them.”

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