Q: According to media reports, the UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee issued a statement on December 10, claiming that the British Government should react more robustly to the Chinese Government's refusal to allow FAC inquiry group to enter Hong Kong. What is China's comment on that?
A: Hong Kong affairs are purely China's domestic affairs. China is firmly opposed to interference by any foreign country, institution, or individual in whatever way. I would like to reiterate that the Central Government of China and the Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region have every right to deal with relevant issues in accordance with law. The small number of MPs should stop the meaningless attempt of playing up the issue.