Belarus voices support for China’s stance on HKSAR-related affairs

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On Friday, a representative from the Republic of Belarus voiced support for China’s stances and measures on affairs related to Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), opposing other countries’ interference in China’s internal affairs.

The representative made the remarks at the 46th session of the UN Human Rights Council meeting, on behalf of 70 countries.

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