UN Security Council to discuss Hong Kong on Friday

United Nations, United States — The United States and Britain have called for the UN Security Council to meet Friday to discuss a controversial security law that China plans to impose on Hong Kong, diplomatic sources said Thursday.

The subject will be considered in an informal, closed-door videoconference in a format that allows any member to raise various issues and which China cannot in principle oppose, according to the same sources.

Beijing blocked a formal UN Security Council meeting on Wednesday called by Washington on the same matter.

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May. 28, 2020