Suspicion of illegal “police centers” in China

Suspicion of illegal "police centers" in China

China is said to operate two illegal “police centres” in the Netherlands. The country denies the allegations as “completely false”.

In the Netherlands, there are signs that China has two illegal “police centers” to monitor dissidents. According to the Foreign Ministry’s announcement on Wednesday in The Hague, an investigation has been launched into “the activities of the so-called police centres”.

“When we have more clarity, appropriate measures will be taken,” Dutch Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maxim Hoevenkamp told AFP.

Unannounced branches in Amsterdam and Rotterdam

According to Dutch media, there are two Chinese “posts” in Amsterdam and Rotterdam that are said to provide diplomatic assistance but are not registered with the Dutch government. In fact, these posts are being used to silence political opponents, Dutch television broadcaster RTL and investigative website Follow the Money report, citing a Chinese dissident living in the Netherlands.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry dismissed the reports as “completely false”. “Service stations” served to help citizens abroad, for example with the renewal of their driver’s licenses.

t-online recently reported on Chinese police stations in Germany. According to the human rights organization Safeguard Defenders, these checkpoints are also intended to persuade people who are suspected of committing crimes there to return to China. You can find the full article here.

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