The Chinese embassy in Germany condemned Berlin to suspend the extradition treaty with Hong Kong and warned of a response.
The Chinese Embassy in Germany today posted a statement on the website, saying that the suspension of the extradition treaty with Hong Kong "violated international law, the basic rules of international relations" and
The embassy "was extremely unhappy and resolutely opposed the decision" of Germany.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas yesterday announced the suspension of the extradition treaty with Hong Kong to protest the new security law in the special administrative region.
On June 30, China enacted the Hong Kong security law, criminalizing four types of national security crimes: secession, subversion, terrorism and collusion with foreign countries or outside elements to endanger
Many countries and world organizations have expressed concerns about Hong Kong's security laws, warning of the risk of weakening the "one country, two regime" principle.
The United States, Canada, Australia, Britain and New Zealand suspended the extradition treaty with Hong Kong after China imposed new security laws.