HKSAR Government demands apology by Amnesty International for unfounded remarks

     The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government noted that Amnesty International today (May 30) corrected on the website its earlier fabricated remarks which alleged that a Uyghur person went missing after arriving in Hong Kong, confirming that the person did not go to the city. The HKSAR Government expressed disapproval and outrage that the organisation did not apologise for its unfounded, despicable and fallacious remarks which maliciously smeared the HKSAR Government.

     The organisation not only refused to admit its mistakes, but also claimed that it would continue to monitor the human rights situation in Hong Kong and the Mainland, attempting to cover up its mistakes and excuse itself for making the fabricated and malicious remarks that slandered Hong Kong and the Mainland. The HKSAR Government despises the act and hopes that the organisation can make a sincere apology responsibly.

Ends/Tuesday, May 30, 2023
Issued at HKT 22:36