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China reserves the right to respond to the actions of Canada for Hong Kong

China reserves the right to take measures in response to Canada because of the bill on national security to Hong Kong, and the entire responsibility for the consequences will carry the canadian party, said at a briefing on Monday, the official representative of the Chinese foreign Ministry Zhao Lijiang.

Earlier, the government of Canada announced that due to the adoption of the law on strategic security in Hong Kong Ottawa stops the supply of military products and goods of high strategic importance to Hong Kong. In addition, Canada has suspended the extradition Treaty with Hong Kong.

At the residence of the Governor General of Canada arrested an armed man

Armed man detained in the territory of Rideau hall in Ottawa, the official residence of the Governor General of Canada, announced the local branch of the Royal mounted police.

"At approximately 6.40 this morning, an armed man was able to access site building room 1 Sussex Drive... Man was arrested shortly thereafter without any incidents," - said in a statement to the police.

Zhirinovsky said that the Bolsheviks should "kneel"

The leader of LDPR, the Deputy of the state Duma Vladimir Zhirinovsky said that the Bolsheviks should "kneel before the Russian people". A statement published in his telegram channel.

"The Russian Bolsheviks must kneel before the Russian people for what they are so much trouble and grief brought over the 73 years of the Soviet regime," wrote Zhirinovsky. Thus it will be possible not only to accept the blame for the "destruction of millions of people", but to redeem it, the MP said.

In Quebec started a protest against racism

Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of cities in the canadian province of Quebec in the framework of protests against racism and police violence, reports channel CBC.

Massive protests against racism throughout the world. Previously in Canada, protests were held in Toronto and in Ottawa.

Media: Trudeau took a knee during a demonstration against racism

The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau took part in a demonstration against racism and police brutality, and along with its members got down on one knee in memory of the dead black George Floyd, the newspaper reports Globe and Mail.

The demonstration was held Friday in the center of Ottawa at the Parliament building. For some time to its participants joined Trudeau in a protective mask and with the rest of the demonstrators knelt down, with bowed heads, in memory of Floyd.