There is also growing resentment about Hong-Kong worldwide against the Corona virus and China for its military aggression. He is also being questioned on the international stage after the National Security Act was introduced in Hong Kong. Meanwhile, the United States has banned visas for party officials, attributing this to the ruling Communist Party of China.
CPP officials tighten rules on visas
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday that President Donald Trump had promised to punish Communist Party of China officials responsible for snatching Hong-Kong’s independence. He said, ‘Today we are taking steps to do this. We have declared that those CCP officers who are responsible for the abolition of Hong Kong’s autonomy and human rights will not get visas. ‘
UNHRC expressed concern
Earlier, the United Nations Human Rights Commission (UNHRC) has expressed concern about China’s atrocities in Hong Kong. The commission has questioned China on allegations of suppression and harassment of demonstrations taking place there. The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has issued an official statement saying that the United Nations independent experts have consistently contacted the People’s Republic of China and expressed concern about suppressing fundamental freedoms in China.