HK temporarily suspends operations at representative office in Taiwan


HONG KONG, (Reuters) - Hong Kong's representative office in Taiwan has temporarily suspended operations, the city's constitutional and mainland affairs bureau said on Tuesday (May 18), without providing an explanation.

The bureau said in a statement requests for assistance would be handled through hotlines and via the Hong Kong government website. It did not give any other details.

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council said it was working on a response on the matter.

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