'Natural' to raise concerns over new Hong Kong security laws - Ardern

Victoria Young
Mon, 20 Jul 2020

Victoria Young
Mon, 20 Jul 2020
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says it is completely natural for New Zealand to review its policy settings with Hong Kong following new security laws imposed by China.She made the comments in her opening address at the China Business Summit 2020 in Auckland this morning in front of some 400 business people including chief executives from Fonterra, ANZ and Air New Zealand.Former Prime Minister Helen Clark, Chinese ambassador Wu Xi and opposition foreign affairs spokesperson Simon Bridges were also in attendance.Ardern described the NZ-China relat...

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