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EU 'very seriously concerned' as China adopts national security law for Hong Kong

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EU 'very seriously concerned' as China adopts national security law for Hong Kong

EU 'very seriously concerned' as China adopts national security law for Hong Kong

The legislation is aimed at curbing subversive, secessionist and terrorist activities, as well as foreign intervention in the city's affairs.

It follows months of anti-government protests that at times descended into violence in Hong Kong last year.View on euronews

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