China has reported on Tuesday that it will take revenge measures in response to a US decision that began to abolish Hong Kong's exclusive rights under US law.

According to a report published by Yahoo News on June 30, 2020, China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao did not specify what Beijing would take.

The United States will stop exporting defense equipment and impose restrictions on Hong Kong to buy high-tech products as China prepares for a new Hong Kong security law.

BEIJING – In a move that is expected to not only stymie China and the West, but also to take revenge, China's parliament on Tuesday passed a national security law. A controversial move that critics say threatens Hong Kong's autonomy and citizens' freedoms. Edit: Pang Kong