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Chinese Embassy: No Chinese hurt in UK

08-10-2011 14:41 BJT Special Report:London Riots |

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Earlier we spoke to the Consul General of the Chinese Embassy in the UK, Lu Hong. She said so far no Chinese have been reported injured in the riots.

Lu Hong, consul general of Chinese Embassy in UK, said, "The Chinese Embassy in the UK has been closely following the development of riots in the country. We have carried out an emergency management system and published the Embassy's hotline. We also got in contact with the British Foreign Office and local police to update the information. Local police will take any measures to ensure the safety of Chinese citizens and enterprises in the UK. We have published related information on our web-site, and so far received no reports of property and personal risks of Chinese in the UK. The Chinese Embassy advises Chinese citizens to be on high alert, prevent going to riot sites and keep in touch with relatives in China. Hotlines of our Embassy will be available to any Chinese citizen during this harsh time."





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