China suspends extradition agreement with New Zealand

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China is suspending an extradition agreement between the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) and New Zealand, the country’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin announced during a regular press conference on Monday. This comes a week after New Zealand suspended the agreement. Last week, China halted extradition treaties with the UK, Canada and Australia in a tit-for-tat move. The dispute erupted after Beijing enacted a new national security legislation for the HKSAR last month. China is New Zealand’s largest trading partner.

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