Hong Kong should stop violence and chaos as soon as possible-- the international community supports President Xi Jinping's important speech on the situation in Hong Kong in Brazil
Beijing, 15 Nov (Xinhua) when President Xi Jinping attended the 11th meeting of BRICS leaders in Brasilia on 14 November, he made clear the Chinese Government's solemn position on the current situation in Hong Kong. People from all walks of life in many countries have expressed their support for the position of the Chinese Government and hope that Hong Kong will stop violence and control chaos and restore order as soon as possible.
Tozick, former Belarusian ambassador to China and chairman of the Belarus-China Friendship Association, said that he fully agrees with the solemn position of the Chinese Government on the Hong Kong issue. He said: the acts of violent criminals in Hong Kong have long gone far beyond the scope of normal protest activities and laws, and the current protests show signs of extremism and terrorism, and the situation can no longer be allowed to continue to develop. It is hoped that Hong Kong can put an end to the chaos through its own efforts. He also stressed that Hong Kong is China's territory and no outsider has the right to ask the Chinese government what to do. The Hong Kong issue is an internal issue of China, and any external interference is not allowed.
Kenyan international expert Edward Hray Cavens said: as President Xi Jinping pointed out, the continuous occurrence of radical violent crimes in Hong Kong seriously undermines the prosperity and stability of Hong Kong. The chaos in Hong Kong will put the city in trouble. Continued violence will further destroy the urban economy and destroy people's livelihoods. Hong Kong's thugs will soon realize that Hong Kong's future is not on their side.
Huang Shuyi, a well-known Australian overseas Chinese leader and honorary president of the Canberra Australian Chinese Association, said that President Xi Jinping's speech was very timely and gave Hong Kong people looking forward to restoring social order a "reassuring pill." Huang said that the escalating violence is affecting the normal life of Hong Kong residents. These thugs can be called "urban terrorists." if similar acts take place in Australia or the United States, They will be arrested or even killed by the local police.
Zambian expert on international political issues Edwin Sakala expressed full support for President Xi Jinping's point of view. He said no country would allow such illegal protests that seriously trample on the rule of law and social order. What is happening in Hong Kong is a serious abuse of democracy and is unacceptable. Decisive measures are needed to put an end to violence and chaos.
Li Tianrong, a columnist for the Filipino Star, said: at present, violent demonstrations in Hong Kong are escalating, and even terrorist tendencies have emerged, disrupting the normal social order in Hong Kong and undermining the prosperous business environment in Hong Kong. Therefore, at present, Hong Kong must stop violence and contain chaos as soon as possible in order to safeguard Hong Kong's status as an international financial centre. If Hong Kong falls into continued chaos, it will harm the stable development of the region as a whole. He hoped that the Hong Kong SAR Government would put an end to the current chaotic situation and restore social order as soon as possible.
Aftandir Otinashvili, editor-in-chief of Georgia's "Daily News Network," said that President Xi Jinping's latest statement on the Hong Kong issue has pointed out the direction for the restoration of rule of law and order in Hong Kong. All peace-loving people around the world are worried about the current dire situation in Hong Kong. Continued violence is a trampling on the rule of law and order in Hong Kong and will harm the fundamental interests of the people of Hong Kong. No country will allow such violent crimes to exist. The spread of violent crimes should be stopped immediately, the outlaws should be punished and the normal order of Hong Kong society should be restored.
Afghan political analyst and columnist Hajatullah Ziya says violent criminals have wreaked havoc on Hong Kong and caused huge losses to business and education in Hong Kong. It is time to take action against violent criminals. Mr Ziya believes that the current unrest in Hong Kong has been incited by countries that adopt double standards aimed at destabilising the region. Violent criminals should learn from the examples of some Middle Eastern countries. Over the past decade, a number of Middle Eastern countries, incited by external forces, broke out large-scale anti-government violent demonstrations, and finally fell into bloody conflict and cruel destruction. (reporter: Wei Zhongjie, Li Jia, Chu Xinyan, Yang Zhen, Yue Dongxing, Peng Lijun, Yang Ke, Yuan Mengchen, Li Ming, Chen Xin, Zou de Lu, Xie Lin)