China will not allow the discussion of protests in Hong Kong at the G20 summit

Forum is about economics, says the minister; there are new demonstrations scheduled for Wednesday (26)

China will not allow the recent protests in Hong Kong, calling for the cancellation of the extradition law, to be discussed at the G20 summit, which will start on Friday (28) in Osaka, Japan.

The Assistant Minister for Foreign Affairs, Zhang Jun, said this Monday (24) that the forum is a plataform focused on the economy and that China's focus will be on trade and business. "Hong Kong will not be discussed as a topic at the G20 conference. We will not allow this to happen."

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