The European Union’s plans to take new measures against Beijing’s roll-out of sweeping electoral reforms in the city have been withdrawn after failing to gain support from all 27 member states. The EU had planned to issue a statement on Hong Kong at Monday’s Foreign Affairs Council, the monthly meeting of its 27 foreign ministers.But the draft text was withdrawn from the agenda of a planning meeting held on Friday, signalling there was no agreement and meaning they cannot be adopted on Monday,…



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