Finland should not apply Hong Kong extradition treaty after security law, says foreign minister

Finland should not apply Hong Kong extradition treaty after security law, says foreign minister
Finland should not apply Hong Kong extradition treaty after security law, says foreign minister

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Western countries have in general spoken out against Beijing's new security law. — Reuters pic

REYKJAVIK, July 13 —  Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto said today the Nordic country’s extradition treaty with Hong Kong should not be applied as Beijing’s new security law means people could be transferred to mainland China.

“The situation has changed from the time when the treaty was signed,” Haavisto told a news conference. “It should not be applied.”

China’s imposition of a new security law has seen countries such as Britain and Canada caution citizens of an increased risk of arbitrary detention in Hong Kong and possible extradition to mainland China. — Reuters

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